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My Sallee Bag

In Miscellaneous on October 7, 2006 at 8:21 am

I’m calling my bag a “Sallee Bag” because Sallee and I traded one of her signature bags for custom dyed yarn that we named after her lovely Meezer! Since this bag has Sallee’s signature design to it, I can’t help but call it that…I think she named it something else (MERA) but to me, it’s Sallee….LOL I have all my stuff in it and I’m going to use it daily! Did I mention all the wonderful little pockets on the inside for organizing your stuff? This is the first bag I’ve ever used that I feel like my stuff inside isn’t all over the place…no more purse digging…what a novel idea that is! Thanks again Sallee…I just love it! I chose the colour too…ain’t it just me?? LOL

If you want to see it bigger, click away, it’s worth it to see it close up!

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  1. Roxanne! I’m sooo glad it arrived safely!!! Yes, the size you have is one of Nana Sadie Rose’s MERA sizes (named after my daughter) and is the first style of bag I designed!
    I’m delighted that you’re pleased….I’m still debating what The Meezer’s yarn will be, but I think Wing o’ the Moth is perfect for it!
    I LOVE that yarn, YOU are so talented!!!
    Enjoy your bag! The red batik was such fun to work with.
    (((hugs)))

  2. Don’t you just love her bags!!! I have three different ones all in different sizes. 🙂

  3. That’s a beautiful bag – and Sallee is a most talented lady!

  4. Sallee is a talented lady and the Meezer is a talented Kitty. Great pair over there!!!

    Hugs, G

    PS Your bag is beautiful, I plan to order one soon in a catty/kitty print!

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