Thursday, February 23, 2012

Something for the bigger girls or women

I got so caught up with little kiddy stuff that it was fun to diversify and sew something for my nieces who are of school age. A couple of months before Christmas I came across the very explicit clutch purse tutorial on Noodlehead from Keyka-loo. Many have tried it out and revealed their interpretations on the net. Here is my take on it.



For three sisters, I made clutches with the same base fabric (once again butterflies) but with different accent colors that can be found in the outside print.


 In the clutches matching tissue holders were included.  A nice way to use up scraps.


 The clutches were a nice size to fit in their school bags, where they can keep their "nécessaires". It can also be used by an adult - it is big enough for a small wallet, a cell phone, keys and a tissue cozy of course.


Lovely clear close-up!


To be honest, I am pretty blown away by the lovely pictures my sister-in-law took. I love how the angles, close-ups and the cheeky turquoise background adds so much vivacity. It really makes a difference when a gifted photographer takes the photos. Such a shame that my sister-in-law lives on another continent and can't help me with my other projects!

Have a wonderful day!

Christine

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