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my pintuck clutch

Added Sep 23, 2011

by turtlegirl00

Livingston, Unit...






I used random fat quarters because i was not sure if it would come together—last time i tried to make a pleated clutch it was a disaster. This was super easy, fast and is a great size! my first time with knife pleats and a magnetic closure! can’t wait to make another!

Material Notes

cotton, magnetic closure, thread, interfacing





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    Jan 19, 2012, 12.35 AMby The Tropical Sewist

    oh my…i can’t imagine making all those tucks! well done you :)

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      Jan 19, 2012, 07.47 PMby turtlegirl00

      oh they come together fast—it was sort of methodical and therapeutic!!

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    Sep 27, 2011, 02.15 PMby Rikka Walters

    Your “random fat quarters” are pretty cool! Watch out, sewing bags is addicting!

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      Sep 27, 2011, 07.13 PMby turtlegirl00

      It is addicting! They come together quickly-which is great for when I have sewing a.d.d!! :) thanks!

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    Sep 25, 2011, 08.15 PMby TigerShmiger

    looks lovely!! i wonder if you could tell me how stiff it is, using just cotton (i’m planning on making one, but that is what’s stopping me) :)

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      Sep 25, 2011, 10.15 PMby turtlegirl00

      thanks! use interfacing if using a regular weight cotton—if using upholstery fabric you won’t need to do so.

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    Sep 24, 2011, 02.29 AMby turtlegirl00


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