The Kiss Clutch PDF Pattern
Whip up The Kiss Clutch in a flash! It is the perfect little clutch to grab for a day out shopping or for a night out, a cosmetic bag or even a gift for a friend.
Why not try some pretty fabrics or silks without the wristlet and flap straps for an elegant DIY wedding?
With a roomy main compartment and an additional slip pocket you can carry the essentials with you!
Make it as fancy or as plain as you need. The choice is YOURS!
Finished size = Approx. 20cm (8″)W X 13cm (5″)H X 3cm ( 1¼”)D
The pdf pattern for The Kiss Clutch has 24 pages of instructions which include 49 step by step colour photos.
There are 2 photos of the finished bag, printing instructions and test squares to check scale.
8 Pattern pieces are included as are measurements for both Metric and Imperial!
PLUS a TEXT ONLY version of the instructions (5 pages) comes bundled with your pattern for printing purposes, should you not need or wish to print all of the photos! Simply refer to your electronic versions for photos if needed! Saves on ink!
*Exterior Fabric: 25 cm (10″) of 112cm (44″) wide fabric.
*Lining Fabric: 25cm (10″) of 112cm (44″) wide fabric.
*Fusible Woven Interfacing: Mid weight -40cm (approx. 16″). I used Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex (which is approx. 20″wide.).
*Fusible Fleece. Mid weight – I used Pellon TP971F Thermolam Plus – 25cm (10″).
*Matching Thread. (I use Guttermann Polyester).
*Small amount of Peltex for the Base.
*1 X 18mm (¾”) Regular Magnetic Snap.
*1 X 2.5cm (1″) Internal Diameter Metal Ring for the Flap Straps.
*1 Small D Ring X 12mm (½”) Internal Diameter for the Wristlet.
*1 Small Hook 2cm (¾”) Internal Diameter for the Wristlet.
Jes B –
Great little clutch that comes together fast enough to make a great gift too! I’m always making this without the flap strap across the front, because I like to highlight the fabric I have instead. It’s a really well written, versatile pattern that looks super cute every time I make it.
Rona Murdoch (verified owner) –
Such a quick pattern that comes together beautifully. I’ve made several to showcase special fabrics. It’s extremely easy to make the bag larger and add extra pockets inside for coins. Instructions and photos so comprehensive.
I just made my first one, it turned out great, such a fun pattern to make, and is such a lovely little clutch to use. The colour and fabric combinations are endless