Friday, 17 June 2011

When the inside is better than the outside

In the material The Magnificent Mum gave me a little while back, there was a whole bunch of heavy cottons - stripes and what have you. Just bits and pieces, offcuts, wonky shapes, a nice little collection. So I pieced them together to make into tote bags for my stall and with no overlocker I needed to zig zag all the edges. It was when it came to pressing them that I realised I loved the insides with the raggedy edges and zig zaggy bits and stray threads somewhat more than the ordered outsides. I'm tempted to make some 'inside out' versions, but I wonder if anyone else would love them like I do? Hmm....

Sometimes the insides are better than the outsides

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