Jenna Purse Wallet PDF Sewing pattern
The Jenna Purse Wallet is a great advanced beginner - Intermediate sewing pattern. It features 4 vertical card pockets, cash pockets on the inside of the purse. A Large pocket for a phone or cash on the outside and a magnetic snap closure.
The pattern includes clear photos and instructions, pattern pieces as well as measurements.
This pattern can be added to very easy with some of my testers adding piping and extra top stitching.
Finished size of this purse is
Closed: 6 ¾” x 4”
Open : 8 3/4” x 6 ¾” (not including closure)
The Jenna uses very little fabric.
1/4 Yard light weight fusible interfacing
1/4 Yard for lining and interior fabric
1/4 Yard for exterior fabric
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Easy printing Instructions are included!
All measurements are in inches and seam allowances are included.
Maxine: Pattern pieces were easy to follow. It is a pattern that is easy to sew. Excellent for a quick gift.
Alison: A quick make using up smaller pieces of your stash
Maria: This clutch it such a cute design! It has all the space you need to go out!
You are welcome to sell your finished Jenna Purses on Ebay or Etsy or at market stalls etc. However please be aware that permissions for commercial use do NOT include factory manufacture or mass production and mass selling.
Please do NOT copy, reproduce, distribute, sell or share ANY part of this pattern in any way whatsoever. It is for your own use only.
I would appreciate if you would give credit to Lorelei Jayne somewhere on advertising for the bags made with this pattern when selling online i.e. Pattern by Lorelei Jayne.
Hi, I really liked the look of the wallet when I bought it. I am not a real experienced sewer but I have made a few clutches but I am sorry I just don't understand the tutorial. I have made card pockets but have tried several times to do this one. I just think the pattern was too hard for me. I will have to leave it for awhile and try again or ask one of the ladies in the craft shop. I know it's not the pattern, I just don't understand. Do you have a video?
Great little purse just right for my iPhone 7. My first attempt in linen worked well and I'm going to make another in quilting cottons.