I don't have a scanner, so this will have to do. You trace and cut out on an 8.5x11 sheet of card stock, score the black dotted lines, at the flap where there are 4 solid black lines you cut through. Its very simple to put together ones you have cut and scored it. I used the red strip tape to keep together and that goes on the outside of the flap where it folds up to stick to the inside of the purse. I recently made 13 of these purses for a swap. They get big WOWs from everyone, but take some time to make!! I hope this helps.
Date: Friday, January 28, 2005 GMT Views: 2514
Registered: June 25, 2004 Location: Casselberry, Florida Posts: 24
Sat, Jan 29, 2005 @ 5:47 AM
OMG! You are such a sweetie to post this. I will go to a copy center and enlarge it until I have used up all the space on an 8 x 11 sheet. Then I will put my new devised template on the glass of the copier. Then load a few sheets of my SU cardstock in the hopper and simply copy the pattern right on to it. This will save tons of time as I will not have to do all that tracing. Thanks so much for sharing your pattern. I do have a scanner and lots of patterns that I have created. For some reason they are mostly clothing. You know like an evening gown, pants, skirts, and shirts or little baby clothing. I use my baby daughters clothes as ideas for which colors to use. I hope that makes sense. Thanks again for sharing. TTFN!