Today, we are going to make this gorgeous wristlet clutch. This little pouch is very practical, with it's compact size, yet still give you enough room to carry your necessities such as your cellphone, keys, and if you are a mom , maybe a diaper and some wipes.
This clutch can be either dressed up or down, from an evening out to running errands.
I made this wristlet only out of 2 fat quarters. You may also use two 1/2 yard of cotton quilt weight fabric, or any fabric leftover you have in your stash.
You may download the cutting diagram of this wristlet clutch here :
2 Fat Quarters (or two 1/2 yard of cotton fabric)
9" Metal Zipper
Fusible woven interfacing
Exterior fabric : Cut two 10.5" x 7" (26.6cm x 17.8 cm) rectangles
Lining Fabric : Cut two 10.5" x 7" (26.6cm x 17.8 cm) rectangles
Bow : Cut one 10.5" x 7" (26.6cm x 17.8 cm) rectangle
Pockets : Cut two 10.5" x 7" (26.6cm x 17.8 cm) rectangles
Fusible woven interfacing : Cut two 10.5" x 7" (26.6cm x 17.8 cm) rectangles
Fusible Fleece : Cut two 10.5" x 6.5" (26.6cm x 16.5 cm) rectangles
Bow Wrap : Cut one 6” x 2” (15.2 cm x 5cm) rectangle
Wristlet strap : Cut one 17” x 2” (43.2cm x 5cm)rectangle
Strap Anchor : Cut one 2” x 2” (5cm x 5cm) square
The full step by step video tutorial is available on my Youtube Channel:
Please feel free to have fun with your fabric selection. You may also customize the size, of this wristlet pouch, the key is to make sure that the width of your fabric is the same as the full size of your zipper (unless if you will use the nylon zipper instead).
I hope your project turned out great xoxo!
© Yoan Sewing Studio | All Rights Reserved