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Easy Peasy Purse

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Price
$7.50

Skill Level

Beginner

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  • 1 digital pattern (instant download)
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  • This pattern was designed by a Bluprint independent design partner!
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PATTERN DETAILS

Conquer your fear of purse frames (and become and addict!) with my super-easy to follow purse frame pattern tutorial. This purse making pattern is perfect for anyone who hasn't tried using purse frames before or for anyone who wants to make quick and cute pressie. The purse is a pretty shape and is satisfying to make, but the pattern and instructions are suitable for 'newbies' to follow. You'll find that this purse is the perfect size for your essentials: money, phone, keys and lip balm. The purse pattern is so versatile; use cheerful bright fabrics to pep up your daytime outfits or plump for shimmery silks and satins for weddings or glam nights out. Inside the pattern are loads of clear photos to help you make your first beautiful frame purse minus the gluey-mess and tears! I show you step by step how easy it is to achieve a professional, boutique-looking purse at home. Perfect for treating yourself or a friend. A great size for cosmetics or as a clutch. I am happy for you to make: to keep, give or sell! Visit our Bag Making Supplies shop. We stock all you need to make the bag pattern. We deliver worldwide! http://www.u-handbag.com BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knowledge using a sewing machine Read and follow a pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7.5" (W) x 4" (H) x 1.5" (D)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Ruler
  • Pins and/or Sewing Clips
  • 6" x 3" Rectangular Purse Frame

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U-Handbag
U-Handbag
Once upon a time, Lisa Lam received lots of lovely off-cuts from a curtain maker and thought they might sell as bags. Boy was she right! During her bag-sewing escapades, Lisa realized the supplies she needed weren't as easy to obtain as they should be. That's how her site, U-handbag.com, was born! Now, she spends most of her time designing sewing patterns and kits, putting together tutorials for future bag fanatics and sourcing yummy fabrics, handles, patterns and accessories. She's also the author of two best-selling bag books: <i>The Bag Making Bible</i> and <i>A Bag for All Reasons</i>.