Sometimes, on the road to a certain goal, some unsavory things happen. At this point, you have three options: 1) keep at it until you reach said goal, 2) wallow in your misery, or 3) do what you can with the resources you have and aim for a new goal.
On my road to construct clapperboard purses (lower right one HERE), I hit roadblocks that were certain to make any sewing-enthusiast question every choices she has made in her life. At least, that’s what I did.
Thankfully, there was a voice in my head that threatened to unleash hell if I didn’t use the interfacing and fabric that I already cut. This is how the stamped purses were born. The first batch were these flat ones. I used the black fabric (back of the purses below) and interfacing that I had prepared for the clapperboard purses.
They turned out so cute that I had to make more. The ones with bottom look extra nice.
These purses will be debuting at the Eskina! bazaar today.