What’s a purse without a strap? A clutch? I thought that was a car part! Well never mind here’s a review for a fabulous purse strap from JUL Designs.
The product reviewed in this post was provided by JUL Designs, all opinions are my own.
Hello all! I was recently sent a purse strap from JUL Designs to review for you. So I made a purse – how can I review the strap if I don’t use it, right? You can find an awesome assortment of artisan made and fair trade items over at JUL Designs, HERE.
JUL creates original jewelry designs that take your hand-knit projects beyond functional to fabulous style. Our diverse collections of artisanal US-made and Fair Trade shawl pins and sticks not only keep your handwork secure; our beautiful and original knitwear jewelry grants you the opportunity to develop your unique look. JUL designs help your knitting become you.
When I first opened the package with the purse straps, it was clear they were well-made with quality materials. The cut edges were colored to keep the look clean. The holes were neatly punched, centered, and evenly spaced. Every thing about the strap and the loops said they were high-quality.
Using the straps with the screw in loops was easy. All the pieces were there, and the washers made it so the screws would not pull through my crocheted bag.There was clearly thought put into what these straps would be attached to. The final result is pure beauty. I am very pleased with this product. I have seen other items from JUL Designs out and about on knit and crocheted pieces and they always provide a professional and finished look to handmade items. I would certainly recommend shopping for your finishing needs from JUL Designs!
You can also find JUL Designs on Facebook HERE, and on Instagram HERE. If you would like to order the purse strap I reviewed, use code
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