Yo-yo Handbag
Craftstylish
Ruffled Wristlet
2 Little Hooligans
Pineapple Purse
Crafty Staci
Embellished Purse
Linda Mathews
Wristlet
Javajem
Sunflower Bag
Anusha's Creative Blog
Zippered Wristlet
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Simple Party Clutch
Sew Mama Sew
Reversible Purse
Moda Bake Shop
Fully Lined
Zippered Coin Purse
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Messenger Bag
Weekend Designer
Leather Clutch
A Lemon Squeezy Home
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More tips for sewing leather:

Garment-weight leather can likely be sewn on a conventional home sewing machine. However, any leather thicker than
this may need to be sewn on a heavy-duty industrial machine.

Use a special leather needle in your sewing machine, which will pierce through your leather more easily than a standard
needle. And of course, use a brand new, sharp needle at the start of your project. You may even want to practice your
stitching first on some leather scraps before you start sewing your project.

Because leather can stretch as its sewn, adjust the pressure of your presser foot to its lightest setting. And use a teflon
or walking foot in your machine to make the leather feed more easily, or you can try applying teflon tape to the bottom
your presser foot.

For sewing bulkier seams (like when a number of seams converge), try using a “jean-a-ma-jig” or a “hump-jumper” which
can help feed your leather more easily.

And don’t press your seams open with an iron. Instead, flatten your seams by hand using a rubber mallot or a wallpaper
roller. You can also use rubber cement to glue your seams down to make them lie flat.
Messenger Bag
Sew 4 Home
Boho Sling Bag
Destashification
Messenger Bag
Make It Do
On-the-Go
Messenger Bag
Robert Kaufman
Sew Sweet
Satchel*
Lazy Girl Designs
Triangle Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Mic-o-Pear Coin
Purse
Craft Passion
Mini Coin Purse
Cotton and Cloud
Zip Itself Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Ruffle Coin Purse
Robert Kaufman
Coin Purse
Sew Me Happy
DIY Coin Purse
Anne Kata
Coin Purse
All for This Penny
Kitty Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Snappy Coin Purse
Sew Timeless
Juice Pouch Coin
Purse
Obsessively Stitching
Coin Purse
Me a Mom
Milk Money Coin
Purse
I Like Orange
Coin Purse Keychain
Obsessively Stitching
Coin Purse
Be My Goth
Tiger Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Simple Coin Pouch
Tiffany Harvey
A Sweet Coin Purse
Distant Pickles
Ruffle Coin Purse
Clover and Violet
Coin Purse
Craftstylish
Very Simple Coin
Purse
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Sewing Quick Tips:

To extend the life of your thread, especially thread from natural fibers, which can become
brittle over time, store it out of the light because UV rays can cause thread to deteriorate.
Also store your thread where it will be protected from dust.

Mark the right sides of each of your fabric pieces whenever the right side isn't obvious. This
is to avoid accidentally reversing a piece and ending up with "two left sides" of a garment
piece. You can use pins, tape, or chalk to mark your fabric.
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