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November 21, 2008

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Katherine

I know how you feel about your Mom ripping up the carpet because I hate to see a great "junk bag" (as I call them) become a pillow! That's the kind of bag I look for and buy every time I can find one. Pockets in a bag are highly over rated. Anyway, it will also make a fashionable pillow. Can't wait to see it finished.

Dorothy

I think that bag would make a great pillow. It looks bright and pretty on your sofa.

Bibi is a cute top.

Trish

Great idea to turn that bag into a pillow. Maybe a small rectangular one....or even two.....or what about a small bolster? I'm a big fan of a tiny pillow to tuck under my lower back when I'm sitting and knitting.

Can't wait to see how this turns out.

P.S. I just love Lisa's Marlowe pattern!

Susan

I think it will make a marvelous pillow! It's a great way to salvage a purse that obviously is not living up to expectations.

Cheri

That purse would make a lovely pillow. I like a purse with at least a pocket or two so that I don't have to go on an expedition every time I need my wallet or lipstick!

Jen M

I would totally turn that handbag into a pillow. Love the colors!

elizabeth m

It's a great pillow! Just stuff it and sew it up already.

darlene

what a great pursillow! very inspiring.

LittleWit

I think that purse would make a great pillow. :) Have at it!

Margie

Darn! I didn't know it was a purse--I thought it WAS a pillow. Just a little bit flat and needing some more stuffing. Just like the couch pillows my mom made...and they need to be unsewn and restuffed because I can't bear to get rid of them since she made them.

Wendy...glad to see the book is in the 2d printing.

Felicia

I thought it was a pillow! Artful display and all....it's obviously meant to be.

Can't wait to see pics of your new temari. Such an inspiration.

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