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April 01, 2011

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sisLH

And here you were nervous. Why? This is really nice and useful. I already have an idea in mind for Lucas. Have fun bowling.

sisLH

P.S. My personal favorite is the one with the big crocheted flower! -although that I'm sure cannot go to Lucas. I'm thinking a little horseshoe closure for him.

Jewel

It's awesome Stephanie! I told you it would be :)

Lynn

I love the embroidery you did on the last one! Very pretty! You could also embroider a name on the flap, maybe on the inside would be better though.

Deb

Great job on the tutorial Stephanie! I really like all the variations too. I'm with you, I think the snap closure may be best. Thanks! Have a great weekend!


Jacque Bruce

Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

Terri

Well, that cements it; you are an inspired woman! I've been thinking for weeks about making Carmi a little scripture bag. A few weeks ago, she took some scriptures to church and left them, so I thought I would make her a cute little bag to carry so that I can buy her a new set of scriptures and she won't forget them at church again. I mean, she might, but it won't be as likely if she's carrying them in this adorable little bag!

Linda

congratulations, Stephanie!! I'm so proud of you!! What an amazing design!! The girls would LOVE that for their DSI's!!! So cute!! You did a wonderful job, as always on the tutorial!!! You're fabulous!!

Caroll D

What a great job you did! I'll have to link to it. Love that sweet divinity fabric. All the cases are so cute. I'm thinking of all my little ones who need something like this. I bet this little case would also be good for other things, too, like Church Dolls, or snacks. You are an inspiration.

Sue

Oh what a great tutorial! I love things like this. The camera case idea is nice and using it for a cell phone case is great! I love those sweet, adorable fabrics too!

Thank you for sharing your talents and tutorial with us :D

Peg

That is soooo cute! And I am so glad Sweet Pea has a safe place to carry her DSi. But now she has two empty pockets; guess we'll have to do something about that. I love the case, and I think you did a great job. Also, I love the fact that is is so adaptable. It looks like it could be used for all kinds of things. Great job --- as usual! :-)

Donna

I just got home from being gone all day and came right to the computer to see your tutorial. I love the cases! You did a great job!!! I have the fabric and the buttons I had already purchased ... now I need the cute little crocheted flowers!

Allie

Too cute, you did a GREAT job on this hon!

Melissa

The mini hipster is very in. It is the fastest style of bag that flies off of our shelves. Very cute.

Linda in Calif.

You did a great job on this - It's really cute - and so in style. Actually they are all cute.

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