The Victoria Wristlet (with video) sewing pattern
A smart wristlet zipper bag with card slots and zipper pockets inside and out. Easy to convert it to a versatile crossbody bag too if you fancy it. Video included.
This Victoria Wristlet Zipper Purse is a fun, quick sew & such a great scrap buster! It’s easily adaptable to fit any skill level. This handy purse can replace your wallet on a night (or day) out, and make it easy to carry your essentials with you while looking stylish.
The Victoria Wristlet has the following excellent features:-
- Front v-shaped pocket with magnetic snap closure (fits a phone),
- Top zipper closure,
- Outside zipper pocket in the back (optional),
- Wristlet strap (removable),
- Inside zipper pocket in the lining (optional),
- Inside card slots,
- Option to add two attachment points to convert your wristlet into a crossbody bag (mentioned in the video).
The designer has made an excellent follow along YouTube full video tutorial showing you how to sew this fun wristlet bag. The video can be viewed below:-
The designer rates her project as suitable for a beginner and up. She estimates a sewing time of one to two hours on average.
When you have finished making your very own Victoria Wristlet it will measure approximately 9” wide by 5.75” tall by 0.5” deep.
What is needed to make a Victoria Wristlet:-
- One fat quarter of exterior fabric
- A 10” by 3.75” scrap of vinyl, leather or cork,
- 1/4 yard of lining fabric (quilting cotton/canvas, waterproof canvas or oilcloth),
- One 9” or longer handbag zipper,
- One or two 6” or longer handbag or all-purpose zipper,
- One ½” D-Ring,
- One ½” snap hook,
- Two 18 mm magnetic snaps,
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
The pdf pattern consists of 9 pages in total. There is 1 Cover page, 4 Instruction pages and 4 Pattern pages. There are a few pieces that require you to use a ruler to cut from the dimensions given. You can get the pattern by clicking on the button below.
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