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Refashioned Bags: Upcycle Anything into High-Style Handbags Paperback – November 3, 2009
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I love the tote made from a designer towel and, of course the zipper purse. There is an adorable clutch made from curtain fabric and just a lot of great ideas to go off on my own and create my own designs employing ideas from this book. I love the collage-like how-to illustrations and the instructions are detailed and clear. The designs are all very fashion forward-- nothing boring here, so if you're into more plain designs, this book may not be for you. All in all, I love it!
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It's not at all what I thought it was. I don't like any of the bags or ideas. I'm sorry but, my 6 yr old granddaughter could do a much better job.Published 8 months ago by Beth Dishong
Interesting up-cycling ideas for purses, but not what I was looking for.
Supplies used were too strange. Not for me.
This contained some great ways to upcycle items into useable handbags. I gave it four stars because some of the handbags weren't ones I would want to make for myself, but the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by CSU
This is a great book if you want to take an old bag and make it into a new bag. I wanted to create a new bag out of old fabrics.Published 20 months ago by C. S. Nolan
I love funky bags, so this appealed to me - the reviews were better than the book deserves however. Usually I go a lot by the reviews, but this one let me down. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Terry Weiss