Saturday, February 13, 2010

Define "Purse"

 

Here is a quick project I knitted for Marguerite. She can store here her coins and the little thingamajigs she insists on taking with us when we go out to play (or finds and decides to keep while we're out). She can hang it around her neck so it's not cumbersome (she doesn't always have pockets - nor I. And when I don't, that means I'm clutching my phone, my coin purse, and my keys. You wonder why I don't just bring an actual purse. A purse is too much of a commitment. If I'm bringing one, there's a good chance that more junk will find their way in. Plus, a purse will throw off the whole "we're just out to play" vibe. On hindsight, I think I might be the one who needs that pouch. A bigger version though. And not to hang from my neck. Maybe something like a big pouch that I can hang from a shoulder. Or maybe just clutch. What? No. That is so totally different from an actual purse.)

3 comments:

Marg said...

That is such a cute little purse and I bet that child loves having her very own purse. What a great idea.

spinninglovelydays said...

Hi, Marg. Thanks and thankfully my daughter does love it. :)

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