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DIY Envelope Clutch

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You'll be set back about fifty bucks for a similar store-bought clutch. Create the DIY Envelope Clutch yourself and you'll save money and have a bag specially made for you! Learn how to make a clutch bag with this helpful tutorial that has the look of modern style while still retaining ultra-functionality. Fit essentials like your cell phone, wallet, and any papers for work in this clutch. The piece can be securely fasted with a matching zipper so you won't be afraid of losing anything.

DIY Envelope Clutch
DIY Envelope Clutch
This image courtesy of Insatiable Need

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

Intermediate

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