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Old 09-06-2009, 06:53 AM
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Someone wanted to make a purse insert a while back and couldn't locate the pattern. While doing the ShopHop, I found this site:

http://www.studiokatdesigns.com/Patterns.htm
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Old 09-06-2009, 11:27 AM
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I bought this pattern off the website and it came within a couple of days! But I've had it several months now and haven't tried it yet because the directions seemed a little complicated to me (and I've been sewing for 40 years!) but maybe once you actually have the pieces cut out in front of you, it makes more sense.
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Old 09-06-2009, 12:50 PM
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If you wanted to go a little more low tech - here is one - purse pockets
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=3988[url]


I also have seen one done with an embroidery machine but for the life of me I can't remember what site that was on. If you are interested I'll see if I can find it again or figure out that I'm just nuts and didn't really see it after all which could possibly be the case but I could have sworn I saw it somewhere...

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I found more! I knew I would find them!
I like this one a lot - and just copied it to a word file..
http://hopestudios.blogspot.com/2009/02/purse-organizer-tutorial.html[url]
It's on the Sewing for Sarah site - which is also having a $5 set sale for Labor Day. I have heard good things about that site although I have not personally bought from it since it's mostly little kid girly things and I don't have little girlies I've got little boyies lol.


And I found one for the embroidery machine although it was not the one I was thinking of - surprise!
http://www.sewingforsarahembroidery.com/inthehoopprojectstwo.htm
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Old 09-06-2009, 12:57 PM
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That is a very simple but useful tutorial!!! I love how it can be customized to my own personal things!!! Thanks for posting that :D :D :D
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Old 09-10-2009, 04:54 AM
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HI, I'm new on this site and and enjoy viewing all the subjects of great ideas on quilting and also sewing.
I'm not a quilter but I do little things like appliques and stuff. Your reference on this purse organizer is wonderful. I made the simple one other quilters gave reference to but I like this one very much. Although it seems more complicated to make, I will give it a try.
Thanks again for giving this link :D
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Nice tutorial! Thanks for posting it.

Welcome bouvel ... From Nevada.
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Old 09-10-2009, 07:14 AM
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I just bought the one from StudioK but it is 5 inches wide i think, and my tote bag purse is 3 so i will alter it some. it would be fine for the tote bags i'm making though but I want it for my expensive daily purse by Fossil.
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Old 09-10-2009, 07:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Pam S
I bought this pattern off the website and it came within a couple of days! But I've had it several months now and haven't tried it yet because the directions seemed a little complicated to me (and I've been sewing for 40 years!) but maybe once you actually have the pieces cut out in front of you, it makes more sense.
I bought a whole bunch of her patterns - opened one up - looked at the pattern and directions - and put it back. I also thought I had at least rudimentary sewing skills and I was discouraged when I looked at the pattern.
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omg!!! i just got in to making bags and decided i would make an insert, i bought the same one from studiok and worked on it for 2 days gave up and wrote the designer. she wanted me to call and she would help but i decided i would start over well that did not work so it's ufo now but if any one out there knows how to do them please let me know i need help, i gave up because i thought i could not follow direction well. now i see it's not me lol lol help

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Old 10-04-2010, 12:25 PM
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Memathomas....I also purchased the purse insert pattern from Studiokats. I worked and worked on it for days and finally gave up. I don't think it's us...the directions are very complicated. I finally put away the directions and just did it my way...worked ok but doesn't look like the pattern. I love the patterns my lazy girl designs. Very easy to follow directions with beautiful results. Thought I would share this. Love this site!!!
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