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Small 2-handled Camo Handbag

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This handbag was made from the large front pocket from a pair of cargo shorts. Ideal for carrying some items for a night out or running errands. It is 10 in. long x 8 in. wide X 10 in. deep. Handles are super comfy fabric, meant to be carried by the handles . One pocket on the front, which is 6 in. wide x 7 1/2 in. long, is completely usable. Large enough for phone, keys, wallet, etc. Inside is lined with the same blue fabric as the handles.
Cargo shorts acquired from Goodwill. Fabric for liner and handles from Scrap B-more, as well as the thread.
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Shipping This product ships from: United States
Domestic Ground: $6.95 USD
Domestic Express: $24.00 USD
International Shipping: This product does not ship internationally.

  * Shipping prices in foreign currencies are approximate.
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Returns Policy
If you are dissatisfied for any reason, I would appreciate to be contacted first, in order to come to an agreement on a resolution with you directly. Understand that most items are handmade, and are not going to be mass produced/factory quality; though I do my best to perform quality workmanship. I will abide by all Kuttlefish standards, and make every attempt to insure you are satisfied.

*NOTE: If you live locally in the Baltimore City, MD area, I will forgo shipping for an arranged pick up.

My belief is that unused items have another life within them waiting to come out. It is in that spirit that I obtain my materials from a store, here in Baltimore, called "Scrap B-more" that is strictly donated materials. I also utilize second-hand stores, donations from friends, and lot sales on e-Bay.

What do I do with what I obtain? I create mostly clasp-less necklaces, some earrings & bracelets, and some other random things. From clothing, I create many types of one-of-a-kind bags, as I create whatever each piece of clothing provides within it. Transforming one type of clothing into another type of clothing, or another type of item altogether.

Since I have a limited amount of each fabric, bead, thread, and other supplies; each item I make is truly unique in appearance. I use some of the same patterns, but I will never create two of the same items. I also will consider local pick-up of items in the Baltimore Area.

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