Today I again prepared for you a small lesson with which you can sew a cute miniature purse in which you can carry, for example, coins or any other small things that are always lost in the bag.
The work will be very simple and fast, suitable for beginners, you can even do with the baby.
The purse is sewn with the help of our ready-made sublimation pattern-thermal print, which we will translate for felt.
Felt will suit a hard, necessarily heat-resistant, white or other light shade. The thickness can be used differently, depending on your wishes, from 1 to 4 mm.
The first step of our work will be transferring the pattern-thermo-stickers to felt. All, as usual, put the pattern on the front side of the felt, warm the iron to 180-200 degrees and gently iron the sticker 80-90 seconds. Detailed instructions on transferring thermo-labels for those who will do this for the first time can be found
The correctly translated drawing will be bright throughout the area, clear and stable.
After transferring the pattern, carefully cut out the detail along the perimeter.
Under the buckle, you need to make two holes, on the pattern marked the places under them. For holes it is convenient to use a punch or you can do with a thick needle or a punch with a small (3-4 mm) diameter.
Now we collect the walls of our wallet, stitching them with four short stitches. On the sewing machine or manually. Seams can be sent to both the front side and the back, as you like.
We cut off excess surpluses close to the line.
We turn the purse outward.
Install the fastener. I apologize for the possible inaccuracies in the definition, like this button is called a buckle clasp, correct me if I’m not right. In general, there are two parts, the upper one – a “mushroom” on a hollow stem with a wider rounded cap and a lower one – a base in the form of a threaded screw. We thread the screw through the punched hole in the front wall of the purse and fix on it the top detail of the fastener.
The purse is ready! I put the sub-metrics in it for the subway:
Fold the walls in and button up: