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Thread: cell phone purses

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    cell phone purses

    Learned to make these. Holds phone in back pocket, ID and credit cards in front pockets and a zipper pocket for money or lipstick or whatever. You can make a crossbody strap or wristlet style. Love it for shopping, going to sports, anywhere you don't want to carry a big purse. Also, great when going for walks and still want to take your phone with you. I make them on my embroidery machine in the hoop. Thanks for looking.
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    Very nice, perfect for travel or a day of shopping!

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    Love them. Do you know the name of the pattern and where it is available?

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    They look great. I would be interested to know the name of the pattern also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    They look great. I would be interested to know the name of the pattern also.
    Me too! Handy and attractive!

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    Are they cute. And there are pockets for everything you really need.
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    fantastic as a gift, too. Yours are very nice, all of them

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    Practical and cute.

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    great little purses.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    I think the consensus is in -we all like them and we want to know the pattern details!

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    The pattern is from Embroidery Garden. It is her cell phone wallet. Her designs and instructions are the best. At first the designs look expensive, but the quality of the design and then instructions are worth it
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    Yes it is embroidery Garden. Love making them. Everyone loved them for Christmas gifts. I sold as many as I could make at craft fairs in the fall. Still selling to people at work. Very popular. The pattern is very understandable and easy step by step directions. Thanks for all the comments.

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    Very nice pouches.

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    All very pretty and so useful! Would make great gifts!

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    Great job! Love them!

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    I can't find the pattern on Embroidery Garden and they don't have a search bar. Found a similar one on Craftsy but I don' know if it has a place for credit cards.

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    wow, I'm hoping on board, got to get the pattern

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    Try this address. It is the link to the pattern.

    http://www.embroiderygarden.com/shop...ne-wallet.html

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    I must be dense. I don't understand why you need an embroidery machine to make them. How is it done "in the hoop"?

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    Well, the hoop holds the material and stabilizer and the embroidery machine does all the stitching of the pockets and purse together. You just add the different layers of fabric at each step of the process and in the end it sews it all up together. I guess you could figure out how to make it without the embroidery hoop. This just was an easy way to do it for me.

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    This would be great to a casino. Everything in one place. You should make some and sell them for the people on this board.
    Ms Kay

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    I can do that. I have been selling them at craft fairs and to people I know. Just PM me if you are interested.

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    Great purses.
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeborahH View Post
    Well, the hoop holds the material and stabilizer and the embroidery machine does all the stitching of the pockets and purse together. You just add the different layers of fabric at each step of the process and in the end it sews it all up together. I guess you could figure out how to make it without the embroidery hoop. This just was an easy way to do it for me.
    Wow. I had no idea that was possible. My embroidery machine is so underused.

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    how handy! I've been needing something like this. Thanks for the inspiration.
    A finished quilt excites me!! Whether is it mine or yours!

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