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Make a Quick Clutch

Threads magazine - 169 - Oct./Nov. 2013
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Create a clutch with clean lines and a contrast zipper like a racing stripe across the body. Available options include detachable wrist or shoulder straps and an interior divider. You can take this streamlined concept and make it travel with interesting zippers, hardware, and eye-catching textured fabrics or faux leathers. It’s a great stash-buster project, because you can use fusible interfacing to change fabric hand and weight and make a wide variety of textiles work for this accessory.

The construction is speedy for a few reasons. The bag exterior and lining are each single, folded pieces. The layers are sewn as one unit and finished later, to halve the number of bag elements you make and handle. The finished bags have folds at top and bottom, curved side seams, and 1/2-inch-wide seam allowances throughout. The samples shown are 10 inches wide, 7 inches high, and feature a 10-inch exposed…

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  1. moongoddessusa | | #1

    I'm surprised that there is no actual list of components or yardage for fabric. Sure I can draft it out and figure out how much I need for fabric and carefully read the article again and again to make sure I don't miss anything. But how hard could it be to list it all for readers?

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