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How-To Clutch Duo

How-To Clutch Duo

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Published by Ashlin KATASTROPHE
These two patterns are pretty much the same, but one is for holding on to your crochet hooks and the other is for circular needles. Both take about two fat quarters of fabric, one of each color. It takes about an hour and a half to make if making your own bias tape.
These two patterns are pretty much the same, but one is for holding on to your crochet hooks and the other is for circular needles. Both take about two fat quarters of fabric, one of each color. It takes about an hour and a half to make if making your own bias tape.

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Published by: Ashlin KATASTROPHE on Jun 20, 2010
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These two patterns are pretty much the same, but one is for holding on to your crochet hooks and the other is for circular needles. Both take about two fat quarters of fabric, one of each color. It takes about an hour and a half to make if making your own bias tape.

Hook Clutch Ingredients: 3 pieces of fabric 6 1/2” x 10 1/2” 3 yards bias tape made from contrasting colored fabric Button Straight pins Scissors Sewing machine Favorite Crochet Hooks!

Circluar Needle Clutch Ingredients: 1 fat quarter piece of fabric main color 1 fat quarter piece of fabric contrasting color 3 yards bias tape made from contrasting colored fabric Button Straight pins Scissors Sewing machine Favorite Circular Needles!

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Hook Clutch

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Ingredients: 3 pieces of fabric 6 1/2” x 10 1/2” 3 yards bias tape made from contrasting colored fabric Button Straight pins Scissors Sewing machine Favorite Crochet Hooks!

Creative Commons 2007 by Kristin Roach, All Rights Reserved Http://www.craftleftovers.com

Directions: 1. Cut all pieces from template (fig. 1).

Figure 1 1

3 4 2

2. Make 3 yards of bias tape at this point if you are making your own. 3. Sew bias tape along the top of #3 and the bottom of #4 (fig. 2).

Figure 2
4. Pin #3 and #4 to #2 so that #3 lines up with the bottom and #4 lines up with the top. Use a loose straight stitch to secure them together. Mark off every inch or half inch (depending on if your hooks are regular or Clover Soft Touch) and straight stitch vertical lines to make the slots for the crochet hooks (fig. 3)

Figure 3

5. Pin fabric pieces together with #1 on the bottom with the right side facing down and the 2/3/4 piece right side facing up. Use a long straight stitch to secure them together. 6. Pin on and stitch bias tape around the edges (fig 4).

7. Make a button hole in the flap. 8. Sew the button on so it lines up with the button hole.

Voila! Fini!

Cut 1 Main Color Cut 1 Contrasting Color

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Cut 1 Use Main Color

Cut 1 Use Main Color

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Circular Needle Clutch
Ingredients: 1 fat quarter piece of fabric main color 1 fat quarter piece of fabric contrasting color 3 yards bias tape made from contrasting colored fabric Button Straight pins Scissors Sewing machine Favorite Circular Needles!

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Creative Commons 2007 by Kristin Roach, All Rights Reserved Http://www.craftleftovers.com

Directions: 1. Cut all pieces from template for main color as shown in figure 1. Cut #4 from contrasting color as well. Use the rest of contrasting fabric to make your bias tape.

Figure 1 1 2

4 3

3. Sew bias tape along the top of #2 and #3 and the bottom of #1 (fig. 2 and 3).

Figure 2

Figure 3

4. Pin #2 and #3 to #4 of the contrasting color so that #2 and #3 line up with the bottom and #1 lines up with the top. Use a loose straight stitch to secure them together. Mark off 3 3/4 inches and 7 1/2” from the straight side on the right (fig 2 and 3). Straight stitch vertical lines to make the slots for the circular needles (fig. 2)

5. Pin fabric pieces together with #4 main color on the bottom with the right side facing down and the 1/2/3/4 piece right side facing up. Use a long straight stitch to secure them together. 6. Pin on and stitch bias tape around the edges (fig 4).

7. Make a button hole in the flap. 8. Sew the button on so it lines up with the button hole.

Voila! Fini!

Cut 1 Main Color Cut 1 Contrasting Color

CC 2007 by Kristin Roach Http://www.craftleftovers.com

Cut 1 Use Main Color

CC 2007 by Kristin Roach Http://www.craftleftovers.com

Cut 1 Use Main Color

Cut 1 Use Main Color

CC 2007 by Kristin Roach Http://www.craftleftovers.com

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