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Rhinestone and Imitation Pearl Knuckle Clutch. Wonderful Cross-body Rhinestone Handbag. Gorgeous Rhinestone Wedding Knuckle Clutch. Elegant Crisscross Evening Clutch. Then, iron your fabric nice and smooth to remove any wrinkles. Face your fabric so that the two seams are on the top and bottom of your fabric. Line up the seams of your fabric. Take your fabric, and fold it in half so that the two seams line up with each other.
The decorated side of your fabric should be on the outside of your fold. Once you have created your fold, the left and right side of your clutch should be open not yet sewn , and your fabric should be much wider than it is tall.
Space the paperclips or pins about an inch away from the left and right sides of your fabric. After you have placed two pins or paper clips on the top of your clutch to hold it together, sew a seam along both open sides of your clutch.
Then, clip a tiny corner at the bottom right and left corner of your clutch, through the stitching. Start from the stitch and clip upwards at a diagonal, towards the edge of your clutch. Flip your fabric inside out and sew. Because you still have a raw edge on your fabric you'll need to flip it inside out. This will get rid of the raw edge when you flip your fabric right side out. Then, once you've sewn both sides clip the bottom corners again.
Create the bottom corners. Flip your fabric right side out again, so that the decorated fabric is on the outside. Then, place it on the table so that side seam is pressed out flat.
Push the corner out and then measure about an inch and a half and mark it. Then, stitch that seam, cut it to an eighth of an inch and repeat on the other corner. Then, once again turn the fabric inside out. When you do this, you should create a triangle on both sides of your clutch with the seams as the height of each triangle.
The corner you want to mark and sew is the top point of each triangle. Stitch the corners again and apply glue. Now that your clutch is inside out, stitch the corner again. Then, flip your clutch right side out and you'll end up with the final shape of your clutch. Apply glue to the inside frame of your clasp, starting about half an inch from the edge. Draw a bead of glue to the other side of the frame, about half an inch away from the edge.
Then, repeat on the other side of the clasp frame. Your glue will need to set a few hours to completely dry. Make sure you use a multi-purpose cementing glue. These are usually found in small tubes. Sometimes it takes a little bit of work to attach the clasp to the clutch, so be patient as you fit the fabric into the frame.
Lift up on the frame and finish your clutch. Once the glue has completely dried on your frame, lift up on the sides of the clasp frame the part of the clasp inside your clutch. As you lift up the sides, invert the sides of your clutch. Then, remove the tape, close your clutch, and you are finished! For this clutch, you will need three different fabrics: All fabrics should be quilting weight cotton fabric. To be safe, you may want to get a yard of each fabric.
You will also need fusible interfacing, and then any tools you like to use to sew, like a rotary cutter, pins, a ruler, etc. For a really cute clutch, use two different designed fabrics that work well together for the outside of your clutch. You could use fabrics of the same color, or different colored fabrics.
Both fabrics will show, so make sure you like the way they look together. Because you will have lining, you can choose to use any type of fabric. Just make sure the fabric you choose is durable and will hold the items in your clutch. Quilting weight cotton is good because it is heavier and will hold its shape better, but there is flexibility here.
Measure and cut your fabrics. For your main fabric, measure and cut a piece that is For your second fabric this will be the flap in the envelope cut two pieces each measuring Then, the lining needs to be And finally, measure and cut the interfacing to Line up your main and flap fabric.
Place your main flap fabric on the table with the decorated side face up. Then, place your flap fabric on top of your main fabric with the decorated side facing down the right sides of the fabrics should be touching each other. Then, line them up so the long side of the flap fabric Sew a quarter inch seam along the top of the lined pieces, or the You want to leave those open and only sew along one side of the fabric. Join the second flap fabric to the main fabric. Place your other piece of flap fabric at the other end of the main fabric, with the right sides of the fabric facing each other and the two Sew another quarter inch seam along the top of the fabric, leaving the two 5.
You should be able to see the right side of your main fabric, but only the wrong sides of your flap fabric. Open up your piece and attach interfacing. Flip your flap pieces over so that the fabric is one long line. Then, iron the seams so that they lay flat. Turn your fabric over so that the wrong side faces up and the right side is down. Place your interfacing shiny side down on the wrong side of the fabric you just created.
Line it up and press it down so it adheres to the fabric. Fold your fabric in half. Once you have pressed the interfacing on your fabric, fold it in half, so that the two flap pieces meet and the interfacing is on the outside of your fabric.
The decorated side of your fabric should not be showing. Sew along the right and left sides of your fabric with a quarter inch seam, starting from the flap and moving towards the end of your main fabric. Fold and sew your lining fabric. Take your lining fabric, the piece that is
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