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How to Make a Drawstring Purse,
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If you need to whip up a purse in hurry,
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Cut a 2 inch strip of fabric that is at least double the width of the purse when lying flat plus 1 inch. This allows the purse to be opened fully and have a functional loop to hold onto when the purse is pulled shut. Additional length may be added depending on how far down you want your purse to hang. Fold each long edge under 1/2 inch to meet at the center of the strip. Press. Fold in half again down the center seam. Press. Beginning at 1 inch from a short end,
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Attach one end of the drawstring to a safety pin. Insert the pin into one hole and work the pin and trailing drawstring through the casing across the width of the purse to the next hole at the opposite seam. Poke the pin out that hole and reinsert it into the next hole 2 inches away. Push the pin through the casing to the seam on the opposite side of the purse. Poke the pin out of the hole. You should now be at the hole next to your starting point. Remove the pin. With right sides of the short drawstring edges together (the 1 inch portions that you left unsewn),
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