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The Necessary Clutch Wallet Paper Pattern



The Necessary Clutch Wallet isn’t just your ordinary wallet. Carry your cell phone/mobile, cheques, cash, cards, coins and still have room for your favorite lipstick or even personal items. With its closed ends, everything is safe and secure and there is never any worry about anything sliding out.

Secure your clutch wallet with either a snap fastener or a professional looking twist lock available in my supplies section Here. (A "SMALL TURN LOCK 1-3/8" x 3/4"  is recommended.) 

Acrylic Templates:

This pattern is suitable for an intermediate sewer. It includes 50 full colour photos. (Black & White in the paper version.) The patterns pieces are full size, and include seam allowances. Pattern instructions are provided in both imperial and metric measurements.

The finished size is approximately:

  • Length: 8” (20 cm) across bottom
  • Height: 4” (10 cm)
  • Depth: 1” (25 cm) wide at bottom.

**** You are purchasing a Printed Paper sewing pattern only, not the finished product. This item will be shipped to you.

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COPYRIGHT AND LICENSING INFORMATION: •You may sell items made from this pattern in your shop or market stall; however this pattern is not to be used for mass production. •You may not claim this pattern as your own or allow others to use it. Do not make copies of this pattern; this pattern is for personal and limited commercial use for one purchaser only.
Follow along this video series by popular youtuber, "Jean JellyRollQueen", and watch her 7 instructional videos that include tips on adding interfacing, magnetic snaps, double-zipper pockets, etc. to the Necessary Clutch Wallet (NCW). Jean has done an amazing job. I will link to the first two here, but you can go to her channel to see the rest.
Click here to find her youtube channel!
Part 1 - Pattern & Templates:
Part Part 2 - Choosing Stabilizers:

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