Fabric Scrap DIY Clutch


From the Blogger: "Lots of fabric scraps? Hate to throw them away? Why not make yourself a stylish clutch? This step-by-step tutorial makes the most of various stitches on your machine to create applique scrap fabric. Combine this with a plain fabric to set it off, along with a fabulous button. Step-by-step tutorial showing you each step of the way. Add a touch of style to your outfit with a combination of your favorite fabrics."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • Fabric scraps
  • Fabric
  • Interfacing
  • Fusible fleece

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What a great way to use up fabric scraps! What sewer does not have scraps they hate to throw out. I know I always think there is something I can use them for and this pattern is one example. A small clutch like this can be used for many things. You can even use it as a makeup bag to put inside a bigger purse. The same clutches run for at least $20.00 in the store. In a short time you can sew up your own. Thank you for the pattern.

A good way to use up cute fabric scraps. I love to be able to use all of my fave patterns together and this is a project to do that. I've never made a clutch before but I have a little experience making small zippered pouches so I think I can do this project even though I'm a beginning sewer. It's nice to be able to throw a few things in a fun newish clutch when leaving the house to run errands or to go to the grocery store quickly without having to take a huge purse. I imagine these could also be used for diapers (if made a little bigger) or other baby necessities that you can carry in your purse instead of an extra bulky diaper bag. Cute project!


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