birdcagedesigns

Birdcage Designs

Buffalo, New York · 516 Sales

birdcagedesigns

Birdcage Designs

Buffalo, New York 516 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(179)

Announcement   Specializing in handmade bags, aprons, travel cases for carrying brushes and knitting needles, and more in fabulous colors and designs. Hand crafted in Western New York.

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Last updated on Feb 11, 2017

Specializing in handmade bags, aprons, travel cases for carrying brushes and knitting needles, and more in fabulous colors and designs. Hand crafted in Western New York.

Jennifer Foley

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Jennifer Foley

Chevron Throw Quilt with Floral Pattern
$70.00
Retro Coffee Pot Half Apron
$22.00
Set of Four Stitch Markers
$4.00
Cloth Coil Bowl in Blue and White Gingham
$12.00
Set of Three Pins
$10.00
Set of Six Stitch Markers
$6.00
Cosmetic Bag with Stylized Floral Design
$7.00
Retro Polka Dot Half Apron
$22.00
Cosmetic Bag with Bold Flower Design
$7.00
Purse or Project Bag with Chestnut Pattern
$25.00
Set of Three Bird Pins
$10.00
Charcoal and Cream Striped Infinity Scarf
$10.00
Full Apron with Retro Midcentury Design
$30.00
Purse or Project Bag with Dot and Pebble Pattern
$25.00
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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(179)
Rudinsky

Rudinsky on Mar 15, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

It is the first carrying case I ever bought. I really needed one. My knitting needles were always scattered and loose in my tote bags. Which took up a bunch of space. So having this Carrying Case helps out a lot. Not only does it keeps my knitting needles together, but it also doesn't take up as much space as well. This Carrying Case is very well made. I love it. It's very beautiful. Thank you.~

salliemay

salliemay on Mar 15, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Gotta love barkcloth! Thanks for a lovely little bag!

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About

Have needle, will try just about anything.

I taught myself to sew to solve a problem (I needed an apron and couldn't find one I liked). In graduate school I used sewing and knitting as a balance for the hyper-focus of dissertation writing. One day a friend asked if she could commission something for a friend's birthday, and that grew into Birdcage Designs.
Check out my blog to see what I'm working on now... and what's coming up soon in the shop! http://birdcagedesigns.blogspot.com

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    Have needle, will make just about anything.

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