After you have your quilt top all ready then it is time to cut out the linings and the back fabric.
Choose what you want to use for the 2 linings and the one back.
Lay your top face down onto the 3 layers of fabric. Pin in place and then trim around the top.
Seperate the top and one lining from the second lining and the back. Put a pin in the top edge of both halves so you can remember which is the top. Pin them in place on all corners
You will need a strip of velcro about 1 1/2" shorter than the width of your top. I use nontoxic glue stick to glue the velcro half in place so it won't move before I get it sewn down.
Postion the velcro strip about 3/4" below the edge and center. Sew it down. I sew around it at least twice and backstitch several times on each end.
Here are both halves with velcro
Replace the folded back parts and repin
Starting at the bottom sew around the edge til you get back to where you started. Leave an opening about 2" wide to turn it with. Make sure you backstitch when you start and when you end.
Turn each half right side out and iron
I sew a finish seam across the top and across the bottom of each half. The bottom finish seam will close the opening. Then match the velcro and pin the corners together. I sew across the bottom first because when I started on the sides first more often than nought the corners at the bottom would be wonky. so if you match the bottom corners first and anchor the bottom then when you sew the sides you can work in any fullness while sewing the sides. I backstitch several times at the top on both sides. This wil get alot of stress during use.
and here is the finished coin purse!
I scanned the coin purse so you could see a better picture of the colors.