Simplicity Change Purse with the Cricut Maker

I’ve been enjoying sewing with the Cricut Maker. When the folks at Cricut asked if I’d share how to put together the Simplicity Change Purse, I was excited. The Simplicity Change Purse is a simple project to make, and it is made even easier when all the cutting is done by the Cricut Machine.

This simple change purse is such a handy bag to have on hand. Store some change, a few cards, maybe a power cord and an external charger – and you’re set for the day! And they make great gifts! Pick out fabric that reminds you of the person you’re making it for, and stitch one up!

DIY Change Purse - Make this Simplicity Change Purse using your Cricut Maker! The Cricut does the cutting, and you can do the sewing!

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To make this Simplicity Change Purse you’ll need:

Cricut Maker
Fabric
Fusible Interfacing
Brayer
Water Soluble Pen
Cricut EasyPress
EasyPress Mat
Key Fob Hardware
Clasp

Cricut Fabric:  Fabric Brayer: Cricut Maker:  Fabric Pen: EasyPress: EasyPress Mat:

You can follow step-by-step in the video below as I show you how to use the Cricut Maker to cut the fabric, and how to sew the change purse on your sewing machine.

The Cricut Maker cuts and marks the fabric. You can follow the steps to find the file, or click this link for the Simplicity Change Purse.

Cut fabric on the Cricut Maker

And I use the Cricut EasyPress to apply the fusible interfacing. It worked great!

Easy Press for fusing

And be sure to check out all the funny faces I make while talking… pretty much any spot you pause, and you’ll find a fun face!

Cricut Video

And, in the end, you’ll have a cute change purse!

I love that Cricut has partnered with Simplicity to make sewing even easier. I find so much satisfaction in making and sewing – that the Simplicity patterns are all set and ready to go makes it that much easier for me to stitch up something fun for a friend, or for myself!

DIY Coin Purse made with the Cricut Maker

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

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