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Miss Sarah Clutch bag sewing pattern

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Miss Sarah is a small size bag suitable for carrying cosmetics and small items like keys and stationery. The front pocket comes with a cute flap and can store tissue papers or notes safely. The zippered compartment is safe and spacious enough for a handphone and compact powder.

Miss Sarah is a small size bag suitable for carrying cosmetics and small items like keys and stationery. The front pocket comes with a cute flap and can store tissue papers or notes safely. The zippered compartment is safe and spacious enough for a handphone and compact powder.

You can add pockets if you wish to make the clutch more organized, the instructions are in the appendix.

Suitable fabrics to use are cotton or linen. Medium-thick interfacing can provide good structure to the bag.

The pattern for Miss Sarah comes in 2 sizes – regular and small. The small one can be used as a coin pouch or other tiny items (brooches, jewelry). 

Miss Sarah is a small size bag suitable for carrying cosmetics and small items like keys and stationery. The front pocket comes with a cute flap and can store tissue papers or notes safely. The zippered compartment is safe and spacious enough for a handphone and compact powder.

The pattern comes with a very detailed tutorial which explains:

  1. how to install magnetic buttons
  2. how to make pockets
  3. how to make a bag strap
  4. how to make a flap

To make Miss Sarah you will need to have basic sewing skills and have completed a few simple bags.

When finished Miss Sarah will measure approximately:

  • Big Sarah – 6 inches (15cm ) high by  9 inches ( 23 cm) wide
  • Small Sarah -5 inches high by 7 inches wide.

Miss Sarah is a small size bag suitable for carrying cosmetics and small items like keys and stationery. The front pocket comes with a cute flap and can store tissue papers or notes safely. The zippered compartment is safe and spacious enough for a handphone and compact powder.

What you will need to make the Miss Sarah Clutch

Click here for the pattern