We’ve been designing and sewing up some clutches. Our Christine clutch sewing pattern is proving popular and so we think it would be a good idea to create some more styles.
According to the original design, the Christine clutch is made using one piece of fabric for the exterior. To make this clutch in different style, you can use many pieces of fabric sewn together and treated as one for the exterior.
Christine Clutch Making Tutorial & PDF Pattern | ORDER HERE
In this blog, we will share a new idea on how to create a stylish clutch in patchwork design with our Christine clutch pattern. Choose a print fabric for the center and a matching solid colored fabric for the sides.
Make a clutch to match every outfit!
PRINT OUT THE CHRISTINE CLUTCH PATTERNS
Download and print out the patterns
Cut out the shapes and tape together along the center dotted line
MAKING THE PATTERNS FOR THE EXTERIOR PATCHWORK
Refer to the below diagrams, create 3 patterns for each panel of the exterior from the Christine clutch pattern A
Left Panel Diagram for Christine Clutch
Center Panel Diagram for Christine Clutch
Right Panel Diagram for Christine Clutch
CUTTING THE FABRIC PIECES
Transfer above 3 patterns to the fabrics, cut one piece for the center panel, and cut two pieces for the sided panels.
SEWING THE EXTERIOR PANELS
Put the left panel to the center panel along the side along the 8 ½” side, right sides together, using ½” seam, stitch and backtacking at both ends, press the seam. Then sew the right panel to the other side of the center panel.
FUSING AND ASSEMBLING THE EXTERIOR AND LINING
Following the PDF tutorial to sew the Christine clutch
GLUE THE METAL PURSE FRAME INTO THE CLUTCH
Once you learn how to make the patchwork, you will love the effect it adds, and it’s easier than it looks.