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I made this bag for my mom. (60th birthday) Didn't give yet :)
Leather : Buttero  Vegetable Tanned Leather (Italy)
Thickness : 1.8t (3oz)
The video features making a braided brown shopper bag.  I hope you guys like it too. Thanks!   Video [12:18]

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Gorgeous!

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WOW!, amazing

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Great looking bag 

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Very nice

 

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You always do lovely work, with careful attention to detail!
That's a nice design, too. Good clean lines with some subtle accents. 
I think attaching the cloth liner to a leather band, and then attaching that to the bag itself, is a great solution to the problem of how to get that liner to fit. That's a much simpler solution than the one I decided on the last time I made a bag!
I wish I had known of your shop when I was in Korea a couple years ago; we were staying in Itaewon just below the Grand Hyatt hotel, not far from your shop! 

 

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That is really pretty! I'll ditto the clean lines and stitching and braids. Looks fantastic!

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Fine job.

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16 hours ago, Hahn said:

I hope you guys like it too.

I like it very much, it is beautiful. 

But I do have a question about the construction. Why would you choose to stitch the sides then braid over the stitching? That adds a lot of time to the construction and seems redundant. Would you do it the same way if you were to make the bag again? Thanks for your reply.

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With out the stitching the lace would pull the sides together. The lacing is not constructional at all only decorative.

Very nice work there @Hahn and thank you for sharing your work here with us.

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Thank you guys !! and advise too. I really appreciated it!  

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gorgeous

 

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Gorgeous bag, great video -- thanks for the descriptive presentation of the production process!

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nice work

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I really do like all I've seen pertaining to this Bag. Thank you HAHN, for sharing with all of us !

 

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