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Making the Mini Necessary Clutch Wallet Pattern by Emmaline Bags - Bag making sew along video

Updated: Apr 12

In the world of bag making, some patterns shine brighter than others, capturing the hearts of makers around the globe. The Necessary Clutch Wallet by Emmaline Bags is undeniably one of these stellar creations. With its seamless blend of style and functionality, this wallet/purse has become a staple pattern in the repertoire of bag makers everywhere. In this tutorial, I will take you through each step, empowering you to create a professional, enduring accessory that embodies both craftsmanship and practicality.

Unveiling the Essentials of the Necessary Clutch Wallet Pattern. Designed to cater to the needs of modern life, the Necessary Clutch Wallet is a true marvel. Boasting 8 or 12 card slots, a convenient coin zipper pocket, and two slip pockets for notes or receipts, this wallet is a compact haven for organisation. It's no wonder that this pattern has become a beloved favourite for bag makers worldwide.

My comprehensive tutorial will effortlessly walk you through the process, ensuring you create a professional-looking wallet that exudes both style and functionality. From choosing the perfect fabric and interfacing to seamlessly sewing card slots, assembling the coin pocket, and attaching a magnetic snap for secure closure, each detail is thoughtfully covered. By the end, you'll have your very own masterfully crafted wallet, or, as we say in the UK, a purse, that's a testament to your skill and passion for the art of bag making.

With each stitch, you've woven together style, functionality, and endurance, creating an accessory that's sure to become a beloved staple in your collection. The Necessary Clutch Wallet pattern by Emmaline Bags has transformed from a mere pattern to a canvas for your creativity. As you flaunt your handiwork, remember that your wallet is more than just a purse; it's a masterpiece of your own making that beautifully intertwines form and function.

Until next time, happy sewing and may your bobbin always be full.

Deb x

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