Do you find yourself searching the endless abyss of your purse for chapstick? Do you cringe every time the teller asks for their promotional card? Don't you wish you had hand sanitizer after using that public restroom with no soap? Do your kids utilize an overabundance of band aids? If so; have no fear the purse organizer is here!
One of the most iconic perspective designs is the tumbling blocks. It´s fairly easy once you get the trick and makes such a cool visual effect! Plus, you´ll be able to use all those long strips of fabric that most of us keep and don´t know what to do with. The effect is created by weaving the strips and thus it´s like creating your own fabric block.
This little keychain wallet was one of the first things I made once I figured out how to make my own patterns, and I've used one on my keychain for months. I love how convenient it is to stash a lip balm, some hair ties, or even a couple cards if you're just running a quick errand.
Hi There. So I worked hard to create a tutorial for you to make one of my favorite things… My oilcloth wristlet. It is cute, fun and super convenient for quick trips out, walking kids to the park, carrying essentials at the gym or on a bike ride (the large strap fits nicely over the handlebars).
Little button or snap closure pocket purses are endlessly useful. You can tuck a few important things in that you don't want lost at the bottom of a larger bag, use them to store jewellery when travelling, use them for keeping crafty odds and ends tidy, or for any number of other things.