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December 20, 2012

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Margot

Good idea! Actually, I did that once before on a purchased clutch that was covered with zippers. I made a shoulder strap by stitching a long zipper to a strip of ultrasuede (or was it real leather?)and attached it to the bag with the metal teeth uppermost, so they wouldn't catch on delicate blouse fabric or rub on bare shoulders. The long length of zipper looked cool!

Lani Reinhart

Really a fun yet edgy look for a simple bag. Maybe you can take a really long zipper and adhere it to a leather strap and add it to your clutch to make it a shoulder bag? Very nice!

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