Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Bags for sale

I have been sewing and sewing, but not posting, taking photos or as I promised myself put them on Artfire, and SweetPersimmon.com. You can find the bags shown on this blog for sale there. I am going to try to put some of those linky thingies so that what ever I post here, you can go to a site to purchase them if you want.

Here is one of my latest bags:
The Shunsoku bag

Embroidery detailInterior shot
Here's the product description:
The horse has always been a symbol of swiftness, energy, effort and service. This one-of-a-kind embroidered bag is titled Shunsoku meaning swift horse, fleet steed, or fast runner. The Shunsoku bag is embroidered on the front pocket with a stylized Asian horse, showing the mighty steed grazing and peaceful. Pent up energy can be seen in the few lines of the shoulders and haunches. Swiftness is indicated by the small feet and slender legs.

The front pocket is appliqued on 3 sides making it very secure. The accent and lining fabric is the traditional Japanese aoi or hollyhock pattern, symbol of the Tokugawa ruling family of Japan. Inside is a simple patch pocket on one side and zippered interior pocket on the other side. The Shunsoku is very well interfaced to stand on its own with double stitched seams for strength. The fabic is polyester cotton blend for long wear with cotton lining. Closes with magnetic tab. The handle is 22 inches for a 9 inch drop.

The bag itself measures 10 inches across the top, tapering down to 7 inches across the bottom. It is 9 inches tall and 4 inches deep.

Price $40.00

You can go purchase it on Artifire.

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