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Curvy Clutches in 3 Sizes

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by Willett, Linda
on May 16th, 2012

“So cute and easy to make!”

Now you can make a curvy clutch in 3 sizes! Clutches are very easy to make - even for beginners! We’re sure you’ll want to make lots of them.

The small clutch is 6” wide by 4” tall by 1 1/2” deep.
The medium clutch is 8” wide by 4” tall by 1 1/2” deep. The large clutch is 10” wide by 4” tall by 1 1/2” deep

The clutches keep their shape very well because they are lined with wool felt, which makes them sturdy but soft. The fabric is fused to wool felt which saves a lot of time and work because the felt lining and fabric are sewn together at the same time. Wool felt is available almost anywhere they sell fabric. Felt does not have to be 100% wool. It can be a blend. Edges of clutches may fray slightly but it adds to the charm of the design.

Clutch has a snap or Velcro closure. Button is an embellishment.

The front and back of the clutch can be made in the same color or two different colors.

You can use cotton, wool, denim, linen, etc. for the outside of the clutches. The sample clutches have ivory wool felt on the inside, and linen and lightweight cotton fabric on the outside.

This eight page PDF e-pattern includes:
- full size patterns
- a materials list
- instructions written in English
- step-by-step color photographs.

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by chase, audrey
on June 5th, 2012

I hated this. The pattern produces a very,very unprofessional lining, raw edges on the outside and inside. Not something you could make for anyone without being ashamed of it. I threw mine in the bin before it was even finished. I usually love the patterns on this website, but this one is hideous.

by Willett, Linda
on May 16th, 2012

So cute and easy to make!

by Withrow, Debbie
on January 4th, 2012

This is an easy pattern however I thought they would be a bit larger. Next time I am going to try to put an inside pocket with a zipper. The ones I did make I used upholstering fabric and an old broch over the snap closer for embleshisment. Looks great.

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