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Sew-In Frame Change Purse

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Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Cute
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What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Sew-In Frame Change Purse

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What materials did you use? Quilter's cotton, fusible fleece (Thermolam), fusible interfacing

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What are you most proud of? The top of the purse and how it fits just perfectly into the frame :)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? It can be fiddly sewing through the holes, but just stick with it and take your time :)

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Very cute. For someone wanting to make these, would recomend the sew or no-sew tops? Which would be more secure? Thank you.

11/07/2011 Flag

I personally prefer the no-sew where you use super-strong glue. Either this weekend or next weekend I will be posting a tutorial (with a pattern) for the no-sew frames on my blog http://sweetbeebuzzings.blogspot.com. I'll also give a few links for where to get the no-sew frames (for a change-purse sized project). For something quick and cute the sew-in is fine, though. Those frames seem to be sold in more chain craft stores, while the glue-ins are sold more online, it seems.

11/07/2011 Flag

love the coin purses.... I have a lot of discontinued upholstery cotton fabrics , a great match-up!!!!

11/07/2011 Flag