gathered clutch pattern

8.22.2009



In this pattern you’ll find:

• An additional styling option

• Two handle options

• Additional Mini Pocket Option

• My tips on installing zippers

• How to shorten a zipper

• Alternate zipper installation method

By purchasing this pattern, I also give you (the purchaser of this pattern) the rights to sell clutches made using this pattern (on a home based scale). This pattern is not for commercial use.  Please give credit when listing/selling this product. Please credit Anna Graham of Noodlehead (noodle-head.com) as the designer.   Thank you.

This is a 17 page PDF pattern and includes detailed step-by-step instructions with color photographs.


  • This pattern is a PDF file instant download.. Please be sure to check your email address listed in your Paypal profile, the instant download link will be sent to that email address (a screen with the download link will also pop up after you complete the transaction).  
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24 comments :

  1. I just bought your pattern and I forgot to congratulate you ! I hope there will be many more amazing patterns from you in the future! Now, I just need my kids to stop being sick so I can make your clutch.

    Catherine
    catherine.baron@gmail.com

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  2. Bought one! I was planning on making this from the tutorial, but also want to have a craft night with a bunch of non-crafty friends; this will help a ton!

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  3. Anna - Just bought your pattern! Congratulations on your very first pattern! I've made several of these as gifts and they were VERY well received. I'm so excited about the ability to make them to sell as I've been asked to do just that a few times already :-)
    You do such great work. I am in awe of your creativity.

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  4. Congrats on your pattern! I also made a few as gifts from your original one but want to thank you for making this available with the rights to be able to sell from it. I've just purchased it and can't wait to see the new options. =)

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  5. Hi
    Just bought the pattern, can't wait to start making it!
    Like Thorson, I was going to use the tutorial but would like to make a few for a summer fete this summer. Thanks so much for making it available. You are such an inspiration! x

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  6. I just bought it as well and I can't wait to start! Thank you!

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  7. Congrat, Anna!!
    having first sale is blast :D
    I'll wait for another cute projects!

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  8. Thanks so much for making this available for purchase. It's really helpful for people like me that have great construction skills, but aren't good designers. You are inspiring and I'd love to see more of these licensed patterns from you!

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  9. just bought your pattern!!! my first purchased pattern! thank you!!!!!

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  10. A fantastic, easy to follow pattern!
    Here is my first attempt...

    http://sweetlittleteaspoon.blogspot.com/2010/06/completely-hand-sewn-clutch-bag.html

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  11. I just made one following the pattern... and it's PERFECT! I got a ton of compliments!! Your tutorials are my favorites, you make it seem to easy to make pretty things!

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  12. I made a few of your clutches from your tutorial for gifts and just bought the pattern to see the extras ;) Thanks so much!

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  13. I purchased this pattern a short time ago and was itching to make it. I am relatively new to the world of sewing (and blogging, for that matter) and thought it would take quite a bit of figuring out on my part. I was delighted to find that it was both simple and quick to make, and I am so impressed with it! I am making some for friends now as belated Christmas presents. I am so chuffed with this pattern that I am posting about it + a link to your blog on my own blog, http://tea-for-four.com.
    So a big thank you!
    Now to make the runaround bag!

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  14. *Wait! Whoops! Make that http://tea-for-four.blogspot.com.
    Looking forward to any more patterns you decide to add!

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  15. Nice review ! I like your article and i will definitely look again..........................................
    regards:
    bag manufacturers

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  16. I'm only halfway through making my first clutch, but I'm so in love with the front already that I had to buy the pattern as soon as I noticed you made one available! I am so excited to carry some in my little online shop. It is a perfect way to exercise my love for putting together multiple fabrics to make something really cute. :) Thank you for doing this!

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  18. I love this pattern - your directions are just great, and it is so cute. Here is a link to photos of what I made: http://www.flickr.com/photos/60939103@N05/6196777352/.

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  19. Love this pattern, just made my first one with help from the TUT.
    http://smuksakkenogbassen.blogspot.com/2012/04/clutch-med-lynlas.html

    Just bought the pattern too :)

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  20. So excited to be able to sell these to friends and support your creative endeavors! Thanks for making this available! Love the tutorial -- it was one of the first things I made when I learned to sew!

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  21. A great pattern that makes a fabulous, little clutch!!! I've just made this pattern up for the first time and I know I'll be using it again. Here's how mine turned out...
    http://threadingmyway.blogspot.com/2012/11/gathered-clutch.html

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  22. Just want to buy your pattern. These clutches are really cute.

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  23. Hi if I purchase the pattern will it be easier to follow than the same one that is free? thanks Kim

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    1. Hi homegirl, it's very much the same as the free tutorial, however it contains different options (handle, etc.) as well as the rights to sell finished items made from the pattern. If you need a more simplified zippered pouch to start with, I have a tutorial here: http://www.noodle-head.com/2009/10/tutorial-lil-cutie-pouches.html
      :)

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