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potterstreet Posted - 03/09/2008 : 06:48:54 AM
hi,

have just finished the body of the noni bobble bag and have decided that i'm not wild about the bobbles and would prefer some other embellishment - perhaps flowers. does anyone have any ideas for the flowers? also, should i attach them prior to felting or after. my head is telling me to swatch it.

any help would be greatly appreciated!

ta,
jane
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lella Posted - 03/20/2008 : 8:44:36 PM
Felted flowers, absolutely could replace the bobbles. There was a felted bag with big felted roses all around the top of it a few years ago. It was a very popular bag.

Here's a link to the knitalong that shows the bag and the roses in the header.

http://www.rosebagkal.blogspot.com/

Yes, felt the flowers and then attach to the felted bag.



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