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This is the XOXO Leather Wristlet FREE sewing pattern and tutorial from the designer Scratch and Stitch.
The XOXO Leather Wristlet has been made as the perfect date night wristlet to carry all your essentials.
You can make this simple leather wristlet clutch using one piece of 12″ by 12″ leather or vinyl. Cork fabric could work too. Any fabric with a non-fraying edge.
The wristlet features XOXO letters, two hearts, raw edges, and exposed stitching. Inside you’ll find one zipper pocket and one slip pocket. The wristlet has a removable clip-on wrist strap loop.
This project can actually be made quickly with just one piece of leather for the exterior. We love the striking look you get from the XOXO letters, the two hearts, and the contrast stitching. But it would look equally striking if left plain without the embellishment and sewn in a printed or faux animal effect vinyl.
The tutorial includes a 9-minute video from the designer that shows you all of the steps for making the leather wristlet.
What materials are needed to make an XOXO Leather Wristlet:
- 12″ by 12″ piece of leather (Cricut Leather or 2oz to 4oz leather), or a thin vinyl or other non-fraying fabric
- 1/4 yard or a fat quarter quilting cotton (I recommend fusing interfacing prior to cutting to avoid any shrinkage),
- Light-medium weight fusible interfacing (i.e. Pellon SF101),
- One 8″ #5 handbag zipper,
- One 7″ #3 zipper,
- One 1/2″ D ring,
- One 1/2″ swivel clasp,
- Two metal rivets,
- A leather hole punch,
- A rivet press or rivet setting tools,
- Heavyweight thread (exterior)
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
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