Sew a Wristlet Clutch
All levels | 26 min 20 sec
Sew a Wristlet Clutch
Taught by Ashley Nickels
Buy For $19.95
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This easy clutch is a girl's best friend. Ashley Nickels shows you how to sew this simple clutch from scratch, complete with interior credit card slots and a detachable wristlet strap. Though the bag is little, it’s packed with skill-building opportunities, like making bias tape and inserting a zipper. Whether you use it as an every day wallet or take it along for a night out, this bag is sure to come in handy.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Fabric:
    • Linen fabric - two 8” x 10” pieces for exterior
    • Mint colored cotton fabric - two 8” x10” pieces for interior
    • Floral cotton fabric – 4” x 18” piece for credit card slots; 10” x 1 ½” piece for bias tape; 14” x 3” piece for wrist strap
  •  Fusible interfacing: 4” x18” piece for credit card slot and 14” x 3” piece for wrist strap
  • 9” metal zipper
  • Clasp hardware
  • Cutting mat and rotary cutter
  • Sewing machine
  • Zipper foot
  • ¼” foot or regular sewing machine foot
  • Pins
  • Quilting ruler
  • Matching thread
Learn how to:
  • Create interior credit card slots
  • Add a zipper
  • Topstitch alongside the zipper
  • Construct the clutch
  • Make bias tape and finish a seam with it
  • Make a detachable wristlet strap
What you’ll get:
  • Step-by-step expert instruction on making a zippered clutch with inner pockets for credit cards and a wristlet strap
  • 6 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Sew a Wristlet Clutch Reviews
491 users recommended this class to a friend
Linda Alston
The presenter was very clear and understandable. She had a calming voice which makes you feel like you don't have to rush.
April 11, 2024
The clutch is easy but has some tricky steps. I am a beginner and I don't feel confident enough to make it.
More than 3 months ago
Anna Lapid
I liked seeing another technique for adding a zipper to a project, whether a pillow cover or a pouch.
More than 3 months ago