the finished product

So in the end the purse was surprisingly easy to make. It was, however, quite time consuming, and I did manage to get A LOT of glue EVERYWHERE, which took a long time to then clear up, but I don’t think the finished results look too bad!

I got the purse clasp and advice from U-Handbag if you’re tempted to give it a go. The leather is from a stall on brick lane and the lining from Liberty.

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3 thoughts on “the finished product

  1. Emily

    Looks really good! I’ve made small purses, but I could never figure out how to make one with two openings. Did you use a pattern, or was it trial and error? I would love to hear more about how you made it. Good work!

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