Envelope Clutch | How to Make Easy DIY Envelope Clutch | DYI Envelope Clutch
It's time to make an envelope clutch!
Are you a woman or young lady who carries around with her a giant purse that is always filled with things up to the rim?
How about carrying a handmade envelope clutch with you that you have made?
It's such a freeing feeling when you carry a little envelope clutch instead of a huge one while on the go. When compared to your heavy regular clutch bag, it feels so lightweight and slimy. Making an envelope-style clutch with the fabric and color of your choice would be fun.
It's a project for beginners, so if you've never been to bag making before, this is a perfect project to continue with!
Materials you need to make this envelope clutch:
- 1/2 yard fabric (or 1 fat quarter)
- 1/2 yard lining (or 1 fat quarter)
- 1/2 yard mid-weight fusible interfacing
- 1 button, any size
- needle & thread for closing
- pinking shears(optional)
Steps to be followed to make an envelope clutch
- Cut it out and pick one from the lining and interfacing of your main fabric. Fuse the back panel of the key pieces of cloth.
- Place the key piece with the top flap away from you (with interfacing at the bottom). The bottom edge of the clutch is the edge that you see in this picture.
- Fold the layers and lock them at the notch.
- It will look this way if both are pinned. The portion that sticks into the air is the top part of the flap.
- Sew up the two closed sides.
- Continue with the piece of the padding, but leave a 3-4′′ gap this time when stitching one of the sides downwards. At the two ends, backstitch.
- Press the seam allowances.
- Flip the right side of the lining and slide into the main portion. The main piece will still be turned off the wrong side so that the right side of the linen will match up to the right side of the main piece.
- Pin all around.
- Take the lining out and add 1/8′′ to 1/4′′ while pinning the top flap. It is a trick that allows the lining to remain in your pocket, so it doesn't peep out.
- Remove all edges and trim the straight edges and remove the curved edge.
- Find the opening on the left and use it on your right sides to take out your buckle.
- Turn the lining back, press the envelope clutch.
- Use a slip stitch to sew.
- Please add a buttonhole. Sew on and your envelope clutch is ready to use!!