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A quieter than usual Liberty print using Winter colours of browns and gold. With its carefully drawn illustrations of flowers, it reminds me of vintage botanical prints. Perfect for use as a little make up bag or coin purse or maybe as a floating pocket, to catch all those bits and bats that float around inside your tote bag. It would make a lovely present for a gardener, or as a Mothers Day present.
This lovely fabric has first been backed onto cotton to give it some strength, but it is still a soft little bag.
It measures 16cm wide, and 12 cm long.
The lining is made from a sweet grey and white polka dot cotton fabric, and there is a dark brown zip opening measuring 16 cm.
At the top is a hook for twirling around your finger, or for hanging up as a little artwork in its own right.
The purse is finished with my own embroidered name tag, and is machine washable on a short cool cycle.
I like to reuse as much as possible. Your purse will arrive wrapped in clean, recycled packaging, and posted out as Royal Mail second class.
Wow, Birmingham market comes up trumps with this very different Liberty fabric. I love the restrained colour combination and the detail in those lovely drawings. Storage, headphone detangler, holiday money or for catching the flotsam and jetson inside your handbag, these little purses are useful all rounders.
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