A purse is every woman’s secret weapon. It can be the missing piece that makes your outfit stand out and it can be the handy helper that keeps everything you need to keep yourself together close by.
For sewers, making purses is always fun and interesting. You can choose a design that is unique to you and fits your preference. These 25 great purse patterns are a great starting point for you.
This pretty little bag is the perfect partner to help you pop. It also happens to be spacious enough to hold your phone and a few make up items.
This makes a great clutch bag especially if you’re going for a coordinated look for a wedding. It’s also a great clutch to make if you’re going for an extra elegant look.
This little bag is perfect for totting your everyday essentials. It’s perfect for casual weekend escapades and you have it ready in a short time.
With the right supplies, you can have this little beauty done and ready to show off in about 40 minutes. It’s a great purse to try out if you’re a beginner.
You have to give this cloth bag a try. It’s easy peasy and doesn’t take much time. It’s also a great opportunity to make something good out of those cloths lying around.
Shoulder bags are an alternative when you want to keep your hands free. Shoulder bags adds an interesting twist to your look and provide lots of space for your phone, makeup and other essentials.
You don’t have to learn Japanese to make this little hideaway for your coins. It’s simple to make and the instructions are even simpler to follow.
When you need something with a little more space and works better in a casual setting, messenger bags are the way to go. This tutorial will teach you how to whip up one of your own in no time.
The Hepburn bag makes a great accessory for women that are always in the office or official meetings. It’s secure, versatile and looks professional.
This swing bag is made from a fat eighth and fat quarter fabrics. It’s a super easy four-patch bag to make. You can change the fabric, embellishments and straps to suit your style.
This fan-shaped bag is a whacky take on purses and one that you’re going to find very interesting to make. You can throw some oriental-influenced ribbons or appliques to capture the design perfectly.
This stiffened handbag features a metal hinged-clasp and is perfect for special occasions when you want to pull out all the stops.
Pull out your old shirts and upcycle them into this sleek reversible bag. It’s perfect for grocery runs among other daily applications.
The fold-over bag is a hip, casual and spring-inspired accessory that you’re going to love. It’s practical but not too big that it takes attention from you or your outfit.
Spare an afternoon and try making this bag pattern you won’t regret it. For your time and effort, you get a spacious, classy and elegant bag.
How about a cute, pink and girly bag for your little girl to take to her dance lessons? You can also make it blue and boyish for the little man to take to his extra-curricular activity classes.
Tired of landing on hard patterns that you can’t bring to life? Give the cutie pootie a try. You only need two hours and you could have this bag completed.
Why not sew yourself this boxy purse. It’s a great place to keep all your sewing materials. It also makes a great mobile sewing station for you.
Go berserk with this crazy tutorial. It’s the perfect option to pick up on a weekend afternoon to power up your creativity muscle.
When you don’t have much to carry, this little purse will come in handy. It’s small enough to pack your lipstick or some money but big enough to get noticed.
Give this quirky purse tutorial a try. It’s perfect for your little ones. They can use it to carry stationery or lunch money.
As a good sewer, you shouldn’t let anything go to waste. There’s a pattern out there that makes use of even the smallest pieces of scraps you have lying around. This patchwork wristlet is one such creation.
There are tons of different ways you can make these cute coin purses. They come with a keychain so you can attach them to your main backpack.
Before you show your old cargo pants out the door, you can use their strong material to make yourself this great messenger bag.
Another practical, small bag that makes use of some of the patches you have lying around. It’s an easy and quick project to make.