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Tennis, Golf, and Butterfly Smartphone Clutches

Posted in clutches, and Sewing

I have sewn new smartphone clutches that are perfect for the summer season. One is freshly listed and the others are a sneak peak for my readers.

Tennis Smartphone Clutch

This pink and white tennis ball smartphone clutch is perfect for the tennis player, tennis fan, and for anyone on the go.  It has an inside zipper pocket as well as 2 other 3 x 4 inches pockets.

The 9 x 5.5 inches is perfect for any of the larger smartphones on the market and still has plenty of room for your money, and other items.

Coming to SibStudioSewing later today and tomorrow:

Golf Smartphone Clutch

I had some fun with the pink and white polka dots lining to mimic the golf balls on the outside of the purse.

Calico Butterfly Smartphone Clutch

This purse is so pretty and summery. It is a great size for those days that you don’t want to lug around a large pocketbook.

Perfect size clutch

Enjoy your day!

 

 

What’s New This Week

Posted in Art Work, and clutches

Happy Monday! Hope everyone’s week was a good one 🙂

I have new items in both shops. I finished the Dragonfly Foldover Clutch last week. I had the clutches cut out and ready to sew on my previous post:

Dragonfly and pink satin clutch ready to be sewn

And here it is finished :

SibStudioSewing on ETsy
Dragonfly Fold Over Clutch

I love this satin fabric.  It is a heavy weight satin with really beautiful metallic pink, lavender, green, and blue dragonflies. I cut this clutch with an angle for interest when it is folded over.

The perfect size clutch for your phone and makeup items.

Inside is  lined with pink satin. It has 4 pockets as well as plenty of room for your larger smartphone and makeup. I made 2 of these clutches and both are up on my shop.

I also have a new painting up on my SibStudio art shop:

Pink jellyfish painting

I had a lot of fun with this painting. I like the narrow canvas because it lend itself well to focusing on the jellyfish and it’s tentacles.  I added silver glitter paint for some of the tentacles so that it catches the light a gives a little illusion of movement.

The silver paint I used didn’t have enough glitter – really, can you ever have too much glitter?! I added more glitter to the paint and into the wet paint.

Glitter tentacles

The tentacles really sparkle when they catch the light and gives the airy look of that jellyfish have as they float pass.   Both of these are listed on my Etsy shops. You can find links to my shops on the above menu .