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Purse Insert

Purse Insert

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Published by eileenrh
An insert for your purse which can be moved from one bag to another.
An insert for your purse which can be moved from one bag to another.

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Published by: eileenrh on Nov 10, 2009
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Purse Insert 
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One fat quarter is enough for both fabric  pieces, or a fat eighth of 2 fabrics, or anyleftover fabric.
 
From fabric:Cut 1 – 19½”x9”Cut 1 – 19½”x8” These sizes can be adjusted to fit whatever size you need for your purse, just measure the inside of your purse.
Not all the pictures will match the words. When I came to the end I realized that the interfacing needs to be smaller than what I started with.
From Timetex or Peltex or some other stiff interfacing [if you don’t have the fusible interfacing, you will also need a fusible web, such as Wonder Under.]:Cut 1 – 18x4 
Cut 1 – 18x3
Fold both fabric pieces in half lenghtwise  with WST and crease. Place one long edge of the interfacing along the fold and leaving½” of the fabric along the short edges, and 
along one long edge Fuse.On one edge of both piecesfold the ½” on the short side to the interfacing.
This should be the edge of  the interfacing along the fold of the fabric.
Fold both pieces in half,WST, and press.
 
Place the shorter piece RST on top of the larger piece, with the ½” side folds, and raw edges even.Pin along the long raw edge, stitch with a ¼” seam, backstitching on both ends. You can use a serger for this seam, or overcast the edges.Fold to place the seam on the inside.Sew a line of stitvching through all layers to make whatever size and number of pockets you’d like.I sewed 1¾” from the side with the folds, and 2¼” from the raw edge side. I try to get seams at the middle, which will be the side of the purse.

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