Designer Style Handbags

Designer Style Handbags

Techniques and Projects for Unique, Fun, and Elegant Designs From Classic to Retro

Book - 2005
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Every woman needs handbags...but who wants to be seen carrying the same old same old? To the rescue: "Designer Style Handbags" Want a funky felted purse? A glam evening bag? A laced up leather hobo? A Pop Art tote? Here they are Top selling author Sherri Haab is spilling the secrets of designer style, using step by step instructions and clear illustrations to reveal how to make 20 great bags that look like they cost a bundle at a too too chic boutique. Ten projects call for simple sewing skills (all clearly explained); ten no sew projects use easy crafting techniques to embellish purse blanks, cigar boxes, tins, even hardcover books (use something from one of those other publishers). Weave ribbons, crochet, transfer photos, weave fibers, mold polymer clay Sherri Haab makes it look easy because it is easy. Solid techniques plus witty ideas mean bags to brag about "
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill, 2005
ISBN: 9780823012886
0823012883
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill
Alternative Title: Handbags

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shikoul
Nov 28, 2011

I returned this book on Friday afternoon along with the other five books. It is still listed as checked out.

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lakefire
May 31, 2011

About a third of this book has projects that start with a plain handbag and then instructs how to decorate it. I would have preferred to have a few more tutorials that start from scratch. There are some cute ideas though, and if you are a no-sew kind of person this could be good inspiration for you.

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