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Stacked Memory Wire Bracelet and Large Clutch Tote

Crafting Time:
  • Varies
Skill Level:
  • Intermediate
Project Courtesy of: Cousin
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Description

BRACELETS

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Cousin ® Rose, Filigree, Rhinestone Charms (1 pk)
  • Cousin ® Heart Charm w/ Rhinestone (1 pk)
  • Cousin ® Black Cosmic Accent (1 pk)
  • Cousin ® Turquoise Accent Filigree (1 pk)
  • Cousin ® Cross Charm (1 pk)
  • Cousin ® Rhinestone Bead/Charm (1 pk)
  • Silver Memory Wire (10 ft)
  • Silver 4mm Jump Rings (10 pc)
  • Round Nose Pliers
  • Parrot Beak/Memory Wire Cutters

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut a 12” length of memory wire.
  2. Form a loop at each end of the wire.  Each loop should overlap over the opposite end of the wire, making it adjustable.
  3. Use a 4mm jump ring to attach a charm to the center section of the wire, positioning it between the two loops formed from step 2.
  4. Repeat steps 1-3 for each bracelet.

 

CLUTCH TOTE:

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Sewing machine
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • Measuring, marking and cutting tools
  • Curved upholstery needle
  • Heavy duty thread for hand sewing
  • Pressing surface and iron
  • Everything Mary ® round clasp handle
  • 3/4 yard reversible fabric
  • Pattern (provided)

DIRECTIONS:

Note: 3/8” seam allowance unless otherwise noted

CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Two Clutch Exteriors per pattern

SEWING:

  1. Place clutch pieces RS together and sew along sides and bottom, starting and stopping where indicated on pattern. Clip curves and press seam allowances open.
  2. Match side seam to bottom seam RS together and stitch creating a boxed bottom. Repeat for other side. Turn RS out.
  3. Fold raw edges under 1/4” and stitch from one side of handle area to other. Repeat for other side.
  4. Open clutch frame and position fabric into channel. Hand stitch with heavy duty thread and curved needle through clutch frame holes, catching fabric as you sew.
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