Thursday, April 1, 2010

Knit 1, Purl 2

I have some posts that I've got to get done in the next few days... I'm coloring like crazy and have to get things onto my blog. But today, I've got a different kind of project to show you.. something I just completed.



Side A

Side B

This purse was custom-made for a customer who specified these colors in particular (red, sage, magenta, purples, tangerine, etc). I always try to take a picture before sending them off so I can share them with you. It's a combination of knitting, crocheting, some needlework and done in wool, mohair, silks, bamboo, some synthetics and blends of various fibers.. some are even jeweled, sparkly and very unusual. It's fully lined and has two deep side pockets (and I can't sew to save my life!).


I get comments everywhere I go when I carry mine... one woman wanted to buy the one I was carrying!!

One of these days I'll have them back up on my Etsy shop as soon as I can build up more inventory. I seem to be selling these as fast as I can make them (if 50+ hours to make one is fast??).

Thanks for looking everyone!
Enjoy your day.. and be safe in all you do.

9 comments:

eiyiyi said...

Gorgeous ... just like all of your work. No one but another knitter can appreciate a 50 hour purse! hugs to you, eileen

Marlene said...

Wow - funky purse!

Julie said...

Wow- this is fantastic - fabulous colours!! How clever and creative you are!! Juliexx

alina said...

it's perfect, Peggy, I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hugs, Alina

IsabellasChallenge said...

My! You are a lady of many talents!

Cheryl said...

I love these.....but you already know that! You're amazing talent shows through once again!

Linda McClain said...

Oh my goodness - you are one talented lady. this is amazing.

Gina said...

Very impressive. I love the mixture of color and texture.

Jennifer Scull said...

this is just amazing! no wonder you get comments on it - everyone in the world is gonna want one! :)

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