Free Coin Purse Patterns - Over 30 designs
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Mini Coin Purse
Cotton and Cloud
Mic-o-Pear Coin
Craft Passion
Milk Money Coin
I Like Orange
Zip Itself Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Ruffle Coin Purse
Robert Kaufman
Coin Purse
Sew Me Happy
Triangle Coin Purse
Craft Passion
DIY Coin Purse
Anne Kata
Coin Purse Keychain
Obsessively Stitching
Coin Purse
All for This Penny
Kitty Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Snappy Coin Purse
Sew Timeless
Coin Purse
Be My Goth
Tiger Coin Purse
Craft Passion
Simple Coin Pouch
Tiffany Harvey
A Sweet Coin Purse
Distant Pickles
Ruffle Coin Purse
Clover and Violet
Coin Purse
Very Simple Coin
Juice Pouch Coin
Obsessively Stitching
Coin Purse
Me a Mom
36 of the best free Coin Purse Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
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Let’s make coin purses! Here you’ll find over thirty adorable coin purse patterns and tutorials collected from all over the
web. Make zippered coin purses, metal frame coin purses, snap-front coin purses and more!

And because most coin purses are quite small, they're perfect for using up those small bits of fabric you may have
leftover from other projects.

And to give your coin purse added strength, consider applying a layer of fusible interfacing to your fabric pieces before
sewing them together. Just remember that fusible interfacing can stiffen fabric. Therefore, test the interfacing first by
applying it to scraps of your purse fabric to make sure you like the look and feel of the two layers together. And you may
want to use a woven interfacing instead of a non-woven interfacing, which will move and drape better with your fabric.
Another way to give your coin purse added strength is to add a lining to it.

And because coin purses are often small, be especially accurate when cutting out your fabric pieces. A piece that’s cut
just slightly off – a bit inside or outside of the cutting line - can make a noticeable difference in the look of your finished
purse or result in pieces that don’t fit together right.

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Between the Lines
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Because dust is bad for sewing machines, keep your machine covered when it’s not
being used. You can buy an inexpensive plastic cover or you can make your own. It’s a simple
thing you can do that could save you potential problems in the long run.

Tip #2: Mark the right sides of your fabric pieces whenever the right side isn’t obvious. This is
to avoid accidentally reversing a piece and ending up with “two left sides” of a garment piece.
You can mark the right side of your fabric with pieces of tape, pins, or chalk.
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