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Cyber Monday sales & Fairport Pouch Review

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

Before I review the beautiful Fairport Pouch I made for the Radiant Home blog tour, I want to let you know about 2 Cyber Monday sales you don’t want to miss.  The sponsors of our latest edition of All The Skirts are each having fantastic sales.  Over at Raspberry Creek Fabrics, take 15% off your total purchase with the code GIVETHANKS15  And Violette Field Threads is offering an ADDITIONAL 15% off (for a total of 55%off!!!) all patterns with the code cybermonday so those of you (like me) who procrastinated, lucked out!!

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

Now onto that cute clutch!  We were given the Fairport Purse & Pouch pattern by Radiant Home Studio.  We first saw and fell in love with Sara’s version of the Fairport Purse pattern when we were on the Bonnie Christine Ribbon blog tour with her.

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

Normally when I sign up for a blog tour, I try to be prompt with my sewing, but due to the Thanksgiving weekend (and #thereallybigshirtevent) I waited until last night to get started on this project.  Really.  I just let you know that so I could tell you how simple it is to create this darling pouch!

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

I chose to use grey shot cotton from Imagine Gnats for the main fabric and an orange suede for the yoke.  The lining fabric is from Simple Simon & Company’s Four Corners fabric line leftover from this skirt.  I just adore the way this pouch turned out and can’t wait to make more of them!

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

The instructions were thorough and accurate for the Fairport Pouch.  I think even a beginning seamstress could make this pattern!  The instructions have both drawn and photo illustrations making it very easy to understand how to construct the Fairport Purse and Pouch.

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

I only made one small change to this pattern.  It called for a magnetic snap, but I only had regular snaps in my stash, so regular it was.   Next time I will use magnetic!

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

The Fairport Pouch is just the right size purse for me.  I do carry my Senna Tote most places, but keep everything inside of it organized in pouches and bags.  Then I just grab the pouch I need and go.

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

The Fairport Purse and Pouch has several closure options, a zipper, a magnetic snap, and the one I made, a snap tab.  It also has several handle options, a shoulder strap, no strap, and the one I chose, a wrist strap.  All those options mean you can make this pattern several times and have a slightly different looking purse each time!

Fairport Pouch sewn by Skirt Fixation

This pattern (and ALL Radiant Home Studio patterns) are on sale during this blog tour, so you’re in luck.

As I mentioned, Skirt Fixation is a stop on the Radiant Home blog tour, and here’s the schedule, so be sure to follow along.

 

Radiant Home Studio 2nd Birthday Celebration:

Monday, Nov. 30th
Radiant Home Studio || Skirt Fixation || Felt With Love Designs

Tuesday, Dec. 1st
A Happy Stitch || Sew Happily Ever After || Call Ajaire

Wednesday, Dec. 2nd
Sew Very || Swoodson Says || Vicky Myers Creations

Thursday, Dec. 3rd
Happy Okapi || House of Estrela || Molly and Mama

Friday, Dec. 4th
Hugs Are Fun || Sew DIY || Made By Sara

Saturday, Dec. 5th
Rebel and Malice || The Wholesome Mama

2 thoughts on “Cyber Monday sales & Fairport Pouch Review

  1. […] refashioned skirts. Audrey made a Fairport Pouch with fun orange suede and a snap flap. She has a thorough review of the pattern and some bonus cyber Monday sale alerts you don’t want to […]

  2. Very cute! I like the two oranges together. These little bags are great to toss into bigger tote bags. It helps keep everything organized and pretty. Thanks for joining the blog tour!

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