I have some very interesting neighbors in our little corner of the world. This one guy, is a photographer who specializes in 1890's photography -- weirdly specific, I know. But this guy has photographed allllll the A Listers. He just finished a book that was like 10 years in the making. His sets sometimes took years to perfect before he actually brought in finely curated models. He recreates an era gone by tongue and cheekily and sometimes travels the world to find specific props to go into these elaborate sets.
Now that his book is complete he's given me several boxes of very fine swatches of remnants of costumes made for these sittings. This beautiful brocade was in one of those boxes. It was a natural fit with these toothy flowers. The lining and wristlet are hand-dyed (by me) bedsheeting. This is a rich bag.
This bag is 10"x11" and is one of the two mid-sized project bags I have. It can hold up to 3 hanks of fine yarn and is good for a 2 skein shawl or scarf. It can also carry craft supplies, accessories, or any other kind of items a bag can traditionally be used for. It has a detachable handle and is stabilized with interfacing so it easily stands on its own.
Hand wash and lay flat to dry. Smoke free/pet friendly.
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