Purse Organizer Insert

from Sweetbriar Studio

Purse Organizer Insert Pattern


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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • know how to use a sewing machine
  • know basic sewing instruction terms

Pattern Description:

My other purse designs are all designed with plenty of pockets to keep things organized. A friend of mine asked me to make a purse organizer for a purse she already had. She said if I designed and made one, she would buy it. She's now bought three!

Have trouble finding your keys? With 10 pockets, this purse organizer is a great way to organize your purse. Want to carry a travel bag or other purse? Just remove the organizer and slip it into your other bag.

One recent comment in my feedback is: "I followed your directions for the purse organizer and it came out terrific! I love it. Now I'm all ready to make some for my daughters. I think they'll love them, too. Thanks for offering such a great pattern."

It has 10 pockets for keys, phones, pens, sunglasses, lipsticks - and drop your wallet right in the middle.

** Included are 5 pages of detailed instructions including a cutting matrix (all pieces are rectangular) and 5 color photos.**

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10.5" wide by 6" high by 2.5" deep


  • 1/2 yard of 44" wide outer fabric
  • 1/2 yard of 44" wide lining fabric
  • 1/2 yard of 36" wide heavy-weight, iron-on interfacing

You Will Also Need:

  • straight pins
  • measuring tape or rule
  • scissors
  • sewing machine
  • iron

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tweetypat1 on craftsy.com

Good PURSE INSERT  August 8, 2013


About Designer

About Designer

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Sweetbriar Studio
by Christie Min
Chatham County, North Carolina, US
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I love to come up with a creative approach to a conventional need. My mother has been a great influence on me. She has always been very creative and resourceful. And she tells me that my great-grandmother was a terrific seamstress, too (which I do not claim to be!).

In addition to my sewing patterns, I have designed unconventional lamps, window coverings, table accessories and wall ...

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