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Clutch Tutorial

Clutch Tutorial

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Published by: Cristina Diaz on Nov 09, 2011
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Clutch Tutorial

Materials: Fabric outside - 1/4 yard Fabric inside - 1/4 yard Lightest Weight Iron-on Interfacing - 1/4 yard Thinnest Cotton Batting - 1/4 yard Button Embroidery thread - 2-3 colors 1/4” (6 mm) seam allowances are included unless otherwise indicated.

5 cm x 24 cm) .25“x9.5” (28.25“x9.5 cm x 24 cm) 7.75 cm x 24 cm) Inside fabric and batting: 11.5” (28.5” (45.5” (18.5 cm x 24 cm) Closure loop (use inside fabric): 1.25“ x 9.Right side of fabric Wrong side of fabric Sew line Trim line Area for embroidery Cut the following pieces: Outside fabric and interface: 18” x 9.

Stem = Couching Leaves = Single stitches Flowers = Single stitches Flowers = Chain stitch Circle = Back stitch Crosses = Cross stitch Stem = Back stitch Leaves = Single stitch (double thread) Monogram = Satin stitch Stitch Glossary 56 12 34 2 4 1 5 3 Back stitch Satin stitch 3 Chain stitch 3 5 4 2 4 1 2 1 Cross stitch 3 Couching 1 2 3 1 3 2 Slip stitch .

Make sure to follow the manufactures directions for your iron-on pencil. iron interfacing to wrong side of outside fabric. On both sides. Fold piece with right sides together until the bottom corners meet the marks.pdf Variation: Experiment with di erent colors and thicknesses of threads to personalize your deisgn.75 cm) . Follow the template and embroider the design of your choice. measure and mark 14” (35. http://www. trace the design (either side of paper since the designs are symmetrical. Iron-on method: To transfer using an iron-on pencil. Pin and sew along the edges.5cm) from the the straight end. pencil side down on your fabric and iron using heat only until pattern is transferred. trace on the reverse side).purlbee.com/storage/alphabet. For the monogram design. as instructions may vary. After you have completed the embroidery. freehand your initial or use the reverse alphabet template from Purl Bee. Stabilizer method: If your fabric is dark or too textured to work with one of the other methods. do not slide the iron. trace the stencil on a piece of watersoluable stabilizer and baste it to the front of your fabric. follow the manufacturers directions to remove the stabilizer.Transfer the embroidery stencil onto the right side of the outside fabric using the template provided for placement. if using a nonsymmetrical design. Align the pattern with the embroidered end of the fabric and cut the curved edge. Trace method: If your fabric is light colored you can transfer your stencil by placing it behind your fabric and tracing the design with a water-erasable pen. Lay your stencil. 7” (17. Press down with the iron. Once your embroidery design is complete.

rst create binding tape using the 1. Fold the binding tape in the middle as shown at right to create the closure loop.5 cm) gap along the bottom. To attach the batting to the fabric pieces. mark 1.8 cm) 1. Repeat other side.5” (3.5” (24 cm) sides of the larger inside piece.5” up from the bottom corner along the outside edge. 1” (2.8 cm) along the bottom from the outside seam and 1.5 cm x 24 cm) piece of inside fabric.5” (3. Pin the closure loop to the right side of the outside pieces. Trim corner. The edge of the piece should be 1. Cut the curved edge by aligning the pattern with one of the 9. Open the piece and atten the corner to bring the marks together.8 cm) . Fold at the center again to create your binding tape.To create the closure loop. 1. centered on the curve.5” (3.8 cm) 1. Sew pieces together using 1/8” seam allowance. Place pieces right sides together. Once you have this lined up correctly mark with a straight edge and sew.8 cm) 1. sew 1/8” (3 mm) around all sides of both inside fabric pieces. With the wrong side of the fabric facing up.25“x9.5” from the center mark on both sides. Pin and sew together leaving a 3” (7. fold your strip in half lengthwise and press.5 cm) Pin same size batting pieces to the wrong side of each inside fabric piece. Open up the strip and fold each lengthwise edge to the center crease and press. Repeat for both corners. 3” (7.5 cm) With the outside piece wrong side out.5” (28.5” (3.5” (3.

Turn piece right side out through the bottom opening in the inside piece. Enjoy! Please join the maggie makes Flickr group and share photos of your nished project.5” (3. rather than the outer edge. Use slipstitch to close bottom opening. ickr. Pin and sew along open seams. http://www. 1.Repeat the steps to box the corners of the inside piece.8 cm) Place the inside piece right side out inside the outside piece. Make sure to measure your markings from the seam.com/groups/maggiemakes/ .8 cm) 1. wrong side out.5” (3. Sew button.

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