This no-sew DIY fringed clutch is the perfect project for a beginner or expert looking to incorporate catwalk trends into their handmade accessories.
DIY No-Sew Clutch
By Emma Jeffery
- Ideal for cutting multiple layers and all-purpose cutting through thick fabrics like leather, upholstery, vinyl, burlap, suede, flannel and much more
- Amplify® technology senses blade separation when cutting thick fabrics and forces the blades back together for crisp, clean cuts every time — the floating blade tang transfers energy to the torsion bar which adjusts the blade to its optimal angle
- RazorEdge™ Shears feature ultra-sharp, premium-grade stainless-steel blades with a precisely honed edge that glides through fabric for clean cuts all the way to the tip
- Exceptional comfort and control provided by thumb and finger loops with ergonomic sculpting to fit the shape and natural movement of the hand
- Softgrip® touchpoints enhance comfort and control
- Protective sheath keeps the blades safe and protected
- Length: 8"
- Lifetime warranty
- Amplify® RazorEdge™ Fabric Cutting Scissors (8")
- 12" x 18" mat is easy to transport, easy to store and perfect for anyone who has limited fabric-cutting space
- Self-healing mat provides a cutting surface that lasts longer than others
- Easy-to-read measuring grid on both sides means you can turn the mat over for double the usage
- 30-, 45- and 60-degree bias lines make creating triangle and star shapes easy
- Store flat away from sunlight, heat and cold
- Clean with warm water and mild soap
- Lifetime warranty
- Self Healing Cutting Mat: Small (12" x 18")
Designed to cut thick and heavy fabrics, these premium fabric shears feature ultra-sharp blades ideal for all-purpose cutting tasks
Compact cutting mat is perfect when space is at a premium.
Leather/synthetic leather twine – 18 yards
Heavy duty needle
1. Begin by trimming the vinyl material to a rectangle measuring 11” x 23” using the Amplify Fabric Shears. These shears are designed to make quick and clean cuts on heavyweight materials, such as vinyl. Taper one end of the rectangle to a point by folding the short ends to a triangle and glue the material. Cut a small slot for a button about 2” away from the point where the materials gather.
2. Fold the fabric rectangle, that is left underneath the triangle, in half so that the pointed end is on the top to create an 'envelope' style opening. Use bulldog clips to hold the vinyl in place at the two sides.
3. Use a barrel knife, or heavy-duty needle to pierce holes down the two sides of the purse about 1/2” apart. Thread leather twine through the holes to sew the purse together.
4. Add holes along the bottom folded edge about 1/4” apart. Add a fringed hem to the purse by cutting 13” lengths of leather twine and tying each one individually through the holes.
5. To finish your fringed clutch, stitch a button to the vinyl to fasten through the slot created.