It all started with my desire to do something a little larger, to create something that could be carried and admired by the wearer and the passer-by.
So, when I decided to embroider a clutch, I asked Lori Plyler of Waterstone (from whom I had just purchased the most amazing fall bag) to create the shell, and I'd doll it up with some fancy embroidery.
Here's what we came up with.
Might I say, Lori's construction is flawless, the clutch is gorgeous and I am a very happy camper.
Thank you, Lori for being the other set of hands that I needed.
Two heads and four hands really are better than the standard one and two.
Sorry about being MIA the past few days, it's been crazy hectic around here. I'll get back at ya' tomorrow!