feed the animals coin purses sewing pattern
Ever feel like something is eating up all your money? You’re right! Let these supercute coin purses gobble up your change, cash, and credit cards. Choose from a mischievous menagerie of money-eating friends, including a monkey, cat, and dog. They're so irresistible you can't make just one!
What You'll Need
Quilting cotton, linen, or other lightweight woven fabrics cut to the following dimensions:
- 10" x 16" piece of fabric A (outside of coin purse, including face and ears)
- 10" x 16" piece of fabric B (lining)
- 3" x 6" piece for the monkey eye mask
- 3 1/2" square for the dog eye patch
- 2" square for the eyes for all animals
3" x 4" scrap of felt for the zipper pull
10" x 16" piece of lightweight quilt batting
8" x 7" piece of double-sided fusible web such as Steam-a-Seam for appliqué
Coordinating thread for appliqué and coin purse
Two 5⁄8" buttons for eyes (Try two different buttons for fun!)
Two 3⁄8" to 1/2" buttons (Optional: if you want to stack buttons for the eyes, make sure all four buttons are all 2- or 4-hole to make stacking and sewing easier.)
Embroidery floss for stitched nose on all animals and for cat whiskers
4" h (excluding ears) x 4" w (excluding ears) x 1 1/8" d
Average rating: (4.5 of 5) based on 2 reviewsThe cutest little change purses of all time.Reviewed by Kaitlin (Verified Buyer) on 08/23/2016I absolutely love these little change purses. They are adorable. My daughters (ages 3 and 5) oohed and aahed over them when they saw two that I made. They're a little tedious to make - lots of applique work and I don't enjoy sewing round things (I'm always afraid of the puckers). However, the cuteness factor is well worth the time it takes to make them. The instructions are extremely easy to follow - as all patters from Oliver and S are. I plan on making about 20 of these to give as gifts. I'm on #4 so 16 to go...Was this helpful?Cute and versatileReviewed by UrbanStitcher (Verified Buyer) on 11/21/2015This pattern was well worth the money. I made 14 pouches. After following the pattern for the first few, it was easy to modify and personalize for our grandchildren, nieces and nephews of all ages. You can see all 14 at: https://www.flickr.com/groups/straightstitchsociety/pool/with/22765754137/1 of 1 customers found this helpful.Was this helpful?
In the first version of this pattern, there was one minor error. In the gray-boxed section with the heading “Pattern Symbol Key,” the text said that all seams are 1/2". This should have said 3/8". This will not affect your use of the pattern as the seam lines on the pattern pieces are correctly located at 3/8".
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