Envelope Clutch Pattern

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Happy Friday!
This weeks blog post is a Pattern from See Kate Sew's blog.
 An easy Envelope Clutch

All you need for this pattern is:
Favorite Fat Quarter from your CottonCrates box
Fat Quarter for Lining
1/2 yard Mid-weight Fusible Interfacing
1 Button (Any Size)
 Free Pattern from the See Kate Sew Blog HERE



Kate does an amazing job of giving instruction on how to make this adorable clutch.
The pattern is great as well. 



Here are some tips I found that are also helpful:
1. For a stiffer clutch, use a decobond weight interfacing
2. Fuse the interfacing to the Main Fabric piece before cutting 
(Just makes the process easier and faster)
3. If you don't want a large button hole, you can sew Velcro on and 
then sew the button on top for looks.
4. Top stitch around opening 



We absolutely love this pattern and how the clutch turned out. It is large and we love that about it.
Can't wait to start using ours!!



If you try this pattern make sure to tag us on social media and also tag See Kate Sew, the pattern designer.

@cottoncrates     @seekatesew

Thanks for stopping by.. see you next week!!

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