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Daisy Purse Sewing Pattern


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  • Zipper

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A girl needs her purses right! This purse has plenty of room to hold everything with pockets on each side, and a large inside. The rounded shape of the purse and the fun daisy flower on the outside give it a flirty look. Purse have one braided handle and zipper closure. 12" zipper opening. Measures 8" tall, 13 1/2" at wides width, 4" thick. Pattern has real pictures for every step!!! If you are interested in any of my patterns to sew and sell the item in your online shop. Please convo me, so I can keep up with you. I only ask that you give me credit for the design in your listings. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sewing a zipper SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8" tall 13 1/2" at widest width 4" thick

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 yard of fabric, cotton, canvas, leather, polyester blend
  • 1 yard of fabric for lining
  • 1 yard stabilizer

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My Taylor Made
Coming home with a shopping bag full of fabric that has no known future as of yet, is very normal in our home. My husband is very patient and supportive with my love to sew. As a child, my mom put me in sewing lessons. That was all I needed in life. I was hooked. I still remember that pair of M.C. Hammer pants that I wore everywhere. I was so proud of every tiny project I made. As soon as I could start teaching other I was ecstatic! And I continued to challenge myself and sew new things. Then I went to Ricks College (now known as BYU-Idaho) and majored in Fashion Design and Construction. Loved it! I had so much fun! This is where I learned a lot more techniques and was able to design a line of clothes. I designed and sewed my own wedding dress when I married in 2000. Loved it! After I had my second child, my daughter, I couldn't resist every frilly dress and huge bow I could find. So I started creating my own. I am having so much fun, and my kids are to. They keep coming up to me, "Mom, can you make this? (As they show me a drawn picture or start motioning with their hands.)" They are budding designers ready to shine. My husband and I now have 4 children who are my true inspiration for my patterns.