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$ $ $ $ $
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Time
5 mins

with two ways to wear it!
For this project I used a handkerchief, but this purse can be made on a much larger scale with any lightweight fabric so long as it's in the shape of a square.

Posted by Javabean from Lothian, Maryland, United States • Published See Javabean's 22 projects »
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  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 1
    Step 1

    Fold your handkerchief or square fabric in half, corner to corner, with right sides facing together.

  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 2
    Step 2

    Forming a ring with your index finger and thumb, slide down one corner about halfway to the middle. Tie a knot at this point.

  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 3
    Step 3

    Repeat step 2 on the other side.

  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 4
    Step 4

    Separate the top corners and turn the whole thing inside out. You will have a sort of pouch shaped like a teardrop.

  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 5
    Step 5

    Now tie the top corners together using a double knot as close to the ends as you can.

  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 6
    Step 6

    Enjoy your Purse!

  • How to make a furoshiki / wrap. No Sew Handkerchief Purse - Step 7
    Step 7

    Or if you'd rather more defined handles, take the top corners and twist them a few times before tying together.

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Comments

kookookk k.
kookookk k.
i made this in five secs omg thanks for posting you rock! i wanna go buy more bandannas now.OH! that reminds me,i have the same bandanna as you,but in pink!!!!
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crafty countess
crafty countess · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 1 project
awsome!
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miss dorkiness
miss dorkiness
now i have tons of purses! (:
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Lucia
Lucia · San Luis Obispo, California, US · 6 projects
sort of fabric origami. very cute! yay simple crafts!
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Lindsey  N.
Lindsey N. · Backus, Minnesota, US · 29 projects
Ah how cute!
This would be perfect for the little knick knacks I have lying around.
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