New Idea for Christine Clutch 0
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.
Yvonne Clutch Wallet DIY 0
This Yvonne clutch wallet is designed for everyday use. There are two credit card holders and one money pocket while on each side, and the gusseted note slot will hold your cell phone, cash, note and receipts.
Excellent as a travel wallet as a passport will fit in the centre of the clutch wallet.
Most important, our metal purse frame will hold the wallet tight and secured!
London Map Book Clutch DIY 0
This Book Clutch DIY project is fairly simple, though it does involve minimal sewing. If you have beginner to moderate sewing skills, you could whip up this fun book clutch in just a couple hours!
Making Your Clamshell Minaudière Clutch with Naked Flex Foam 0
In my previous blog, I have posted some articles showing some techniques and tips on How to Make a Clamshell Minaudière Clutch.
Now, I will share another enhanced skill with which you can make the clamshell clutch with the naked flex foam resulting in a soft touch.
Fantastic Fabric Wrapped Minaudiere, Make it Yours! 0
What time is a good time to make a box clutch?
I say Now!!!
Summer is just around the corner, which means that you're going to need a great pair of sunglasses to keep all that sunshine from wreaking havoc on your eyes. And your sunglasses need a perfect case to protect and make it feel put together, there’s nothing better than a good DIY case to get the job done.
Embellish Your Sewing Project with Lace 0
Lace is delicate, classic, and always elegant. Embellishing the dresses, skirts, clutches with lace is so trendy today.
The lace clutch is so girlish and easy to make, you can make one in case you want. Mix lace with fabric, leather or any other material and don’t hesitate to use contrasting colors, the result looks great!