Clutch Purse Patterns - Over 50 designs!
Leather Foldover
Clutch Purse
Transient Expression
Clutch
Ali Foster Patterns
Clutch Purse
Whipup
Cat Clutch
Scathingly Brilliant
The Placemat Clutch
Lil Blue Boo
52 of the best free Clutch Purse Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Let’s make clutch purses! Here you’ll find over fifty free clutch purse patterns and tutorials collected from all over
the web – sew metal frame clutch purses, zippered pouches, foldover bags, and more!

And because clutch purses are usually small, they can be great for using up those small amounts of fabric you may
have leftover from other projects. And they can also be a great first project for a beginner just learning how to sew.
Just choose one of the simpler designs to start with.

And because of a clutch purse's small size, be especially careful when cutting out your fabric pieces. A piece that's
cut even a little bit off – slightly inside or outside of the cutting line, can make a big difference in the look of your
finished purse and/or result in pieces that don’t fit together quite right.

And for a more durable finished purse, consider interfacing your fabric pieces before sewing them together (purse
projects that call for using leather or vinyl would not of course, need this kind of reinforcement). Just remember that
interfacing can stiffen fabric, so be sure to test the interfacing first on scraps of your fabric to make sure you like
the look and feel of it.

And because your finished purse will likely be subjected to stress with use, make sure to use a durable thread.
Synthetic and silk threads are generally more durable than cotton threads, and of course, thicker threads (like
upholstery thread) are usually stronger than thinner threads.

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Sewing.org
Scrappy Clutch Bag
Lia's Space
Clutch Purse
About.com
Reversible Clutch
Always Expect Moore
Clutch Purse
Bag 'n Tell
Pretty Pink Clutch
Craftstylish
Foldover Clutch
Pattern Runway
Gathered Clutch
Noodlehead
Clutch Purse with
Antique Pin
Better Homes & Gardens
Red Bag*
Pfaff
Clutch Purse
The Secret Workshop
Clasp Frame Purse
Serious Craft
The Pleated Pouch
A Lemon Squeezy Home
Fabric Envelopes
Craftstylish
Scrappy Clutch
From an Igloo
Zippered Clutch Bag
Bag 'n Tell
Clutches
Wedding Bee
Ruffled Clutch
Joann.com
Clutch
Deliberately Domestic
Purse Carryall
Our Mommy Diaries
Vintage Clutch
Happy Together Creates
Placemat Clutch
Blue-eyed Freckle
The Heart Holder
Studio Kat Designs
Fabric Clutch
Martha Stewart
Placemat Purse
Sew Many Ways
Strippy Charm
Pouch
Moda Bake Shop
Velvet Clutch Purse
Internet Archive
In-A-Snap Clutch
Joann.com
Simple Party Clutch
Sew Mama Sew
Leather Clutch
A Lemon Squeezy Home
Scrappy Apple Bag
Moda Bake Shop
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Did you know that fabrics like flannel, sweatshirt fleece, and satin have a subtle
nap to them (where the pile runs in one direction)?  Therefore, when working with these
fabrics, always use the “with nap” layout indicated on your pattern guide sheet.

Tip #2: Did you know that some fabric designs can  actually printed onto fabric crookedly?
Therefore to save yourself time and later frustration, before purchasing any print fabric,
unroll a length of it first to make sure the design is printed on grain.
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