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Sewing Kit Clasp Purse

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Intermediate

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PATTERN DETAILS

You will make a very cute sewing kit with metal clasp lock. Quite feminine it has the right size to take everywhere inside your handbag. Once you fill this kit with all the essentials it will be ready for emergency little sewing repairs... pins, needles, small buttons, springs, a couple of threads and it is ready to hold a small scissors, too. This is a full featured tutorial written in english with material list and instructions, containing: -1397 words; -14 pages (A4); -31 photos; file size: 4,64 MB Measures are indicated both in cm and inches. LEVEL: Intermediate You are at ease operating a standard sewing machine. LICENCE: This tutorial is for personal and commercial (small businesses in a small scale) use. You must credit (c)microbio if you plan to sell your purses made from this pattern. You CANNOT resell or redistribute this tutorial & pattern (free or paid). Please Note: This is not a physical item. You will recieve 1 PDF file (4.64 MB). Due to their nature PDF/Digital files are not returnable nor refundable, however i am always available by email (email address included in tutorial) for any question your might have concerning the instructions given on those files to help you get through your makings. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 14cmx5cm or 5.91"x1.97"

Supplies Needed

  • Cotton fabric 16cm x 27cm or 6.30 x 10.60; Thin acrylic craft felt 18 cm x 18 cm or 7.09 x 7.09 in coordinating color; Fabric glue (I recommend (c)Gutermann cr(c)ativ HT2); 1 glueable purse clasp 15cm x 5cm or 5.91x 1.97 (sewable purse clasps should not be used with glue as it will flow through sewing holes); 1 plastic spring to sew 1 cm or 0.4 diam (this is the ideal spring size for the scissors shown, please refer to steps 7 and 7a on this tutorial for more info before deciding which scissors and spring size you should use); Acrylic plush stuffing material "reserve one full hand (use your hand as measure); Sharp scissors; Paper scissors; Water soluble or erasable fabric marker;
  • coordinating or contrasting thread

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microbio
My name is Helena and i am the handbag designer behind 'microbio'. By popular demand, some of my makings are now available in the form of digital tutorials and patterns. http://microbiopurses.eu http://microbio.dawanda.com