In the Hoop Clutch Purses Set

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In the Hoop Clutch Purses Set Pattern


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Embroidery: In the Hoop Clutch Purses Set
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Machine Embroidery

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic knowledge of your embroidery machine and software

Pattern Description:

Our unique clutch purse set features a quilted flap, zipper closure and optional lining with credit card pockets.

3 sizes are included.

When finished these clutches are fully lined with no exposed seams inside.

They are made in your hoop!
The flap is made first and then gets attached while the clutch is constructed.
If you choose to make the optional lining with credit card pockets, the lining is made in the hoop before starting the clutch.

The 5x7 size has 1 row of 3 pockets in the optional lining.

The 6x10 & 7x12 sizes feature an optional lining with 2 rows of 3 pockets.

A nice stipple quilting design is on the flap and front of the clutches.
You could opt to skip the quilting. Monograms could be added to the flap.
There is a snap closure.

The contents of your clutch are secured with a zipper opening under the flap.

Instructions are included if you want to add a strap to your clutch. You can use purchased handles.

Actual design dimensions and formats included

All sizes fit Brother Hoops
Small Clutch ~ 4.97" x 6.95", Optional Lining 5.02" x 4.52"
Medium Clutch ~ 6.20" x 10.12", Optional Lining 6.20" x 8.87"
Large Clutch ~ 6.98" x 11.67", Optional Lining 7" x 8.87

Note: the Medium Clutch will not fit the D1 HUS machine

ART, HUS, JEF, PES formats included

PDF instructions

There are no refunds, returns or exchanges on these digital files.

(c)Embroidery Garden - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


  • Fabric, batting

You Will Also Need:

  • Zipper, Snap Set

About Designer

About Designer

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I think I've been crafting from the moment I was born :)
I love working with fabric, felt, yarn ~ just about any medium.

I started creating and selling my original machine embroidery designs back in 2000.

I've been published in Designs in Machine Embroidery several times.

If you looking for something 'new, fun & creative in machine embroidery' visit my web site Embroidery Garden ...

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