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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Thirty One Skirt Purse Skirt - Handmade

The craze right now is Thirty One bags and the Skirt Purse is popular. I had to see what all the hub bub was all about so I bought one. As soon as my hands were on the skirt that goes over the purse I realized how cheaply they were made and I just had to see how easy it would be to make one myself...ONLY BETTER!! So out came my paper to get the measurements, made a pattern for myself and shazaam...instant skirt purse cover. This is the first one of many of come as I would like to make some more for friends and to sell if I can get the measurements perfect. I'm also still trying to get my button holes perfected. On the originals, they have little hooks but I made button holes as I didn't have what they used plus it's cheaper. I'm lovin' it!!

26 comments:

  1. can you email me the pattern you used? thank you!!!aqharider79@gmail.com

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  2. I'd love the pattern for this if you're willing to share. I just ordered my first thirty one skirt purse, and I have tons of fabric I could use to make new skirts. vinesjanda@yahoo.com

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  3. can I too have the pattern I am a single mom and was given the purse by my niece who got tired of it but had no skirt she said her ripped and she threw it away carlaholley1@yahoo.com thank you in advance

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  4. If you are sharing I would love the pattern as well. Just got my first Thirty One bag today! Email address is simplyphipps@gmail.com

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  5. I have been looking all over for the skirt purse pattern. Could I ask you to please email me the pattern? I was given a purse a couple of years ago, but with money being so tight I have never been able to buy a skirt for it. My email is skubler@sccoast.net Thank you in advance for your help if you decide to share the pattern!

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  6. Could you please e-mail me a pattern for this purse would love to make my own.duker63@comcast.net. Thanks

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  7. If you are sharing please, I have looked every where
    ronakadavis@yahoo.com
    Thank you so much

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  8. I have searched and searched for a pattern for a skirt for my skirt purse. If you are willing to share your pattern please please email it to me at avonsylvia1@gmail.com. thanks so much.

    Sylvia Mills

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  9. I would love to have this pattern. If you are willing to share--or sell--your pattern, please e-mail me at lghenman@gmail.com. Thank you so much!

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  10. I have searched and searched for a pattern for a skirt for my skirt purse. If you are willing to share your pattern please please email it to me at lcgurl2009@aol.com thanks!

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  11. I've also been totally looking fo this pattern. If you could be so kind to share I'd really appreciate it. Thanks! vkseid@hotmail.com

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  12. I made my own pattern for the skirt purse but would love to compare yours to mine. Thanks hag2hag@yahoo.com

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  13. Can you send me the pattern too? charlagagal@gmail.com

    THanks

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  14. Would love the pattern!! three3sistersco@gmail.com

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  15. Hi,
    Would love to have the pattern too! I have one of these purses! Thanks! dawnmattair4@gmail.com

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  16. My daughter has a thirty one purse and has asked me to make her a cover. Trouble is I don't have an extra cover to take apart and make a pattern. I would love to have a copy of your pattern, if you are sharing. Thanks soooo much
    hamme.susan@gmail.com

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  17. Could I have a copy too please FlyingAvonLady@gmail.com thanks!

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  18. For those who have wondered where the tutorial is, it was not my own. Thanks to the blog 365 Days to Simplicity, it's all outlined there. Enjoy!

    http://365days2simplicity.blogspot.com/2011/05/skirt-purse-tutorial.html

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  19. I would love if someone could email me a pattern for the city skirt purse pattern.
    Thank you!!
    AQHArider79@gmail.com

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    1. I wish I could take credit for this but I followed a tutorial posted on another blog. It's super simple and I hope you have a fun time creating these as much as I did. Thank you 365 days 2 Simplicity for posting the tutorial.

      http://365days2simplicity.blogspot.com/2011/05/skirt-purse-tutorial.html

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  20. I would like to make some skirt purses. Could I please have a copy of the pattern?
    Thank you

    cberger68@msn.com

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    1. I wish I could take credit for this but I followed a tutorial posted on another blog. It's super simple and I hope you have a fun time creating these as much as I did. Thank you 365 days 2 Simplicity for posting the tutorial.

      http://365days2simplicity.blogspot.com/2011/05/skirt-purse-tutorial.html

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  21. This is awesome and I would also like a copy of the pattern if you are sharing.
    amamore1@gmail.com

    thank you

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    1. I wish I could take credit for this but I followed a tutorial posted on another blog. It's super simple and I hope you have a fun time creating these as much as I did. Thank you 365 days 2 Simplicity for posting the tutorial.

      http://365days2simplicity.blogspot.com/2011/05/skirt-purse-tutorial.html

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  22. Janet, I cannot download the pattern from the 365days2simplicity blog... is there anyway you could email me the pattern?
    Or mail a pattern to me?
    We can continue this conversation via my email if you'd like.
    Thank you so much!
    DeAnn
    ddjah@aol.com

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  23. I do not have them downloaded anymore, I just have my printed versions. Are you able to get to the Picasa site where the images are located from the link on her blog? If so, what I did was just right click and save to my computer each image. I then printed them out. If that doesn't work, I will see what else I can do to help. Good luck! :)

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