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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Cute, Retro / Vintage, Whimsical
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What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Coin Pouch (Quilt Plus)

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What materials did you use? Metal Frame, Cotton Fabric, and Batting

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What are you most proud of? That other people actually like them! I must be doing something right. :)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have patience sewing the frame to the 'pouch' you're blind pushing the needle through to the front. The front to back is easy peasy! - I started using 'invisible thread' too - that makes it a little more challenging, but less noticeable and stronger! FYI - This particular pattern makes three different Coin Pouches - 2 Small (a round and a rectangular frame) and a little larger one (round frame only) !!!PURCHASING INFORMATION HERE!!! Once you are on the website: go to Online Store, and Search for A024. This is the pattern I used. The frames are numbered: Rectangular shape: 50 (500), Round shape: 60 (600) & Round shape: 61 (610) (keychain version is in parents) You can also call and order them from Red Hen Fabrics. They also carry the handles.

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These are beautiful!!!!

04/03/2014 Flag

Ooooooh, I love these!! I bet these make great gifts. Thanks for sharing! Janet

04/06/2014 Flag

Hi TJ. Love these tiny purses and have made the larger one adding a single initial monogram to the front - these are great for the bride and her bridesmaids! It's a little stiff, but I have used clear (20 lb. test) fishing line to sew my bag to the frame and makes the bag very sturdy.

04/13/2014 Flag

Love !!! can hardly wait to get busy with these. Thanks !!

04/14/2014 Flag

lovely purses will have to go and make one

04/19/2014 Flag