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Money Purse

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Do it yourself wedding crafts can make your special day even more special, with the personal touch. As if you needed any more wedding accessories, the Money Purse is highly functional. Keep all those monetary gifts safe!

Money Purse

Materials: 

  • ½ yd. white polyester fabric
  • 1 yd. 1” white floral appliqué trim of your choice
  • 1 ½ yds. ½” white ribbon
  • White thread
  • Sewing machine
  • Sewing needle
  • Scissors

Instructions: 

  1. Cut 2 pieces material 11” wide by 17” long.
     
  2. Make a fold 1 ¾” from top down on each piece and iron.
     
  3. Sew a ½” pocket for ribbon ¾” down from top.
     
  4. With right sides together machine sew the 2 pieces together making a ½” seam around and leaving the ribbon pocket open. See graph for tapering of sides.
     
  5. Turn the 2 pieces to the right side and iron the seam.
     
  6. Cut the ribbon into 2 pieces.
     
  7. Thread one piece of ribbon through each side ribbon pocket opening and tie together with a knot on each end.
     
  8. Hand sew floral appliqué to front of purse starting below ribbon pocket one side, continue around ending below opposite side ribbon pocket.
     
 

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This money purse will make a great little gift to make for the bride and bridal party to carry what they need to have on hand like lipstick,mints and rollerball perfume or to you can even make them to put some bridesmaid gifts in them. These are so easy and fast to make and you can even change the size. Add some lace or bows to make each one different. Good tutorial to follow.

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