Tami Maldonado

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If you want to make a simple and quick-to-make bag then why not download this pattern and make this very casual hipster / cross-body / shoulder bag. There are 2 sizes included in the pdf downloadable pattern with the bigger one being 1 ½ inches taller than the smaller one. The bag is very much aimed at the casual you. It's relatively lightweight and is ideal for shopping, cycling or strolling in town. However, it does have lots of ample room for your phones, clutch, keys and even a small…

If you want to make a simple and quick-to-make bag then why not download this pattern and make this very casual hipster / cross-body / shoulder bag. There are 2 sizes included in the pdf downloadable pattern with the bigger one being 1 ½ inches taller than the smaller one. The bag is very much aimed at the casual you. It's relatively lightweight and is ideal for shopping, cycling or strolling in town. However, it does have lots of ample room for your phones, clutch, keys and even a small…

*** Please check shop announcement for production time and delivery before your purchase. ***  This bag is made from khaki water-resistant nylon, a sturdy and durable material. It is very roomy and big enough to hold lots of your essentials. You can use it as a everyday bag, school bag,

*** Please check shop announcement for production time and delivery before your purchase. *** This bag is made from khaki water-resistant nylon, a sturdy and durable material. It is very roomy and big enough to hold lots of your essentials. You can use it as a everyday bag, school bag,

Saving this to remind me that certain jugs could be used as concrete face forms.

Saving this to remind me that certain jugs could be used as concrete face forms.

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nativeamericannews: “ Hopi Symbol of Life The Tapuat. A Hopi Symbol for Life. After writing the piece on Walking A Labyrinth, I thought it would be a good idea to delve a little deeper into the origins of the labyrinth from an Native North American.