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The Ladybug Mini Purse

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Author Sew Spoiled
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Sew Spoiled Ladybug Mini Purse (2 zipper options) Ebook

Are you a woman always on the go? Then you need a Ladybug Mini Purse! This pouch carries all of your essentials on your hip. Put your cell phone, keys, cards and/or MP3 player all by your side in your Ladybug Mini Purse. The Ladybug has a 3" zipper closure on top and a short 4" swivel hook strap to attach onto a belt, belt loop, or bag. This is a detailed pattern with over 38 color photos! Every step of the way you not only have detailed instructions but a crystal clear photo. The finished Ladybug size is 6” wide X 5” tall, the zipper opening is 3” wide and the strap is 4” long.

*The top zipper closure works well for small flip phones however for iPhone or iTouch I really recommend trying the side zipper closure.

Pages: 14

Photos: 75

Materials needed:
(Please note that if you are using heavier weight home decor fabric, you do not need to use interfacing.)
.25 yard of light weight fusible interfacing Pellon 808 craft fuse is recommended
.25 yard of linen
.25 yard of accent fabric
1– 7” zipper or small zipper
1– 1.5 swivel hook.

Sizes that can be made: One size mini purse not too big and not too small. The finished Ladybug size is 6” wide X 5” tall, the zipper opening is 3” wide and the strap is 4” long.

Final Measurements:
The finished Ladybug size is 6” wide X 5” tall, the zipper opening is 3” wide and the strap is 4” long.

by Reali, Patricia
on October 6th, 2013

Love this pattern! Just recently made 2 of them, but altered them a bit - I put a loop of webbing on the side with a swivel clasp for my keys, and made the strap such that it was sewn into the bag at both ends, so it is more of a wristlet. I also made one with the pattern enlarged to 110% - made it lots easier to get my cell phone in and out, but still small enough to be a cute wristlet! Directions are easy to follow and pattern works really well.

by Pressnell, Korie
on April 7th, 2013

These are so adorable! I make them to go with the Weekender Bag to keep my small items so they don't get lost.

by Sandy Burtch
on August 1st, 2001

This is a great project! The directions are well written and easy to follow. This is a VERY small purse. I think I'll enlarge the pattern a bit for my next one since I tend to carry a lot of junk :o) I'll also try the side zipper option. Thanks for making this fun pattern available.

 

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