As I said in my previous post, I made scarves and clutches for my mother’s birthday. This post is about the second set, in pale green and white.
The clutch was made exactly as I made my White Clutch, some time ago. Just as before, I added little beaded flowers, but in reverse colors.
For the lining, I used old pants and took advantage of an already sewn back pocket. There was not enough fabric around the pocket to cut the whole lining piece, so I simply cut around it.
Below are all the pieces I needed to make the clutch: two rectangles for the outside, two rectangles for the inside and the pocket.
I ironed the sides of the pocket, toward the back.
I positioned the pocket in the centre of the rectangle.
I sew along the two sides of the pocket.
If there is enough fabric around the pocket, you simply cut your rectangle. In the following picture, I folded back the flap, ironed it into place, cut the excess and removed the velcro with a seam riper.
And voilà, you have a pocket in your clutch that did not require much work.
My pdf tutorial to make such a clutch can be found here, with the added information about using old pants (and its pocket) to line the clutch.
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