The Necessary Clutch Wallet – A Mini-series – Part 4 – with a prize!

The final day of the walkthrough is here! If you missed the previous posts, click the following: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 This time we will be assembling the three parts. Here we go. If you are using a directional print, the seamline in the middle makes it even easier to line up your… Continue reading The Necessary Clutch Wallet – A Mini-series – Part 4 – with a prize!

The Necessary Clutch Wallet – A Mini-series – Part 2

So you have your pieces cut out from the pattern now? Time to fuse on the interfacing. Woven interfacing is great because it matches the texture of the fabric you’ve used and doesn’t leave horrible air bubbles where it hasn’t adhered properly quite so often. It seems to fuse quicker and easier for me, I… Continue reading The Necessary Clutch Wallet – A Mini-series – Part 2

The Amazing Necessary Clutch Wallet – A Mini-series – Part 1

I just could not resist sewing up some “NCWs” for Christmas presents and I thought I would share my process so that you can get a closer look at this fantastic pattern by Janelle MacKay of Emmaline Bags. The pattern is available on the main shop site, right here! First, lets talk fabric. This pattern requires… Continue reading The Amazing Necessary Clutch Wallet – A Mini-series – Part 1