Restocked Word Tote Listings

by Liz Sabo June 24, 2015

I've been giving my Word Tote listings a major make over. I’ve recently taken new photos, both of the totes open and of their bundled packaging, and I’ve added my new fabric colors to the website. But best of all, the online inventory is now completely up to date.

Word Totes are my most popular bags. Sometimes I only have one or two totes available in a certain color and print. And a lot of the time the totes don’t make it online before being sold at a show. But I know many of my fine newsletter subscribers can’t make it to shows, and I wanted to make sure you had a chance at first pick. Right now the Word Totes reflect exactly what I have in stock - all colors - all prints. So if you see a color and print you love, don’t hesitate. Many of the bags are the last of a particular fabric, and may not be available when you look again. Below is just a selection of the new listings; I have even more colors available in the Screen Printed Collection.


    

      

    

    

    





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