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Yummy Mummy 2 Compartment Purse

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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PATTERN DETAILS

A perfectly pretty and organised purse with two compartments to keep your essentials under control and easy to access! Open the kiss-lock purse and you'll find a neat central partition, which you can move back and forth. The partition has been interfaced so it is nice and sturdy. The silver purse twin compartment frame looks super professional and you'll be sure to have friends asking you where you bought your cute new purse from. This roomy purse will comfortably hold an iPhone, lip balm, cards, money and keys. Try using it as a mini-clutch on a night out, perfect for when you just need the essentials and you don't want to cart around a whole handbag. Inside the pattern are loads of clear photos to help you make a 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 parties, weddings or just showing off to your friends! 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. http://www.u-handbag.com BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knowledge using a sewing machine Read and follow a pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6" (W) x 4" (H) x 1" (D)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Pins and/or Sewing Clips
  • 9.5" x 11" Exterior Fabric
  • 6" x 36" Medium Iron On Interfacing

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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>.