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Fabric for the bag outer and lining, some iron on interfacing, a teeny tiny scrap of velcro and some embroidery thread. You'll also need the pattern, which you'll find here.
In your outer fabric cut two clutch bottoms , two ears, one face piece and one piece for the clutch strap that measures 10cm x 25cm
In your lining fabric cut two clutch bottoms , two ears and one face piece
In interfacing cut two bag bottoms , two ears and one face piece.
Before you begin fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the lining pieces.
We'll start by attaching the Velcro for the clutch closure.
Take the face piece that is cut out of lining fabric and one clutch bottom piece cut out of your outer fabric. Fold each piece in half lengthwise to find the mid point of both pieces.
On the face piece measure 4cm from the rounded end and attach the velcro in the middle at this point.
On the bottom piece measure 6cm from the bottom and attach the velcro in the middle at this point. The velcro is attached to the right side of the fabric on both pieces
It should look like this....
If you want, you can embroider the rabbit's face at this point onto the outer face piece. To be honest, I find it a little difficult to do it here - I'm not very good at taking onto account seam allowances etc when trying to position the features, so I do it when the clutch is almost completed.
Next, we're going to make the ears. With right sides together pin your outer and lining fabrics together and sew them together using a 1cm seam allowance. Leave the bottom open so that you can turn the ear through. Repeat for the other ear.
Turn the ears through and press carefully. Pinch the two bottom corners of the ear together to create a little pleat. pin and baste. Repeat for the other ear. They should look like this...
Next, we're making the clutch strap. Take your 10cmx25cm strip of fabric and iron it in half lengthways to create a crisp centre fold.
Start by taking the bottom piece of outer fabric that you stitched the velcro on and match it to the bottom lining piece. With right sides together sew along the straight edge at the top, using a 1cm seam allowance.
Trim your seams, clip the curves and turn through!
Using a water soluble marker, draw on the face.
All you have to do is sew up the hole in the lining and you're done! It's time to go on an egg hunt!