It starts flat, then folds up 1-2-3, and snaps front and back to create an adorable cone-shaped mini purse for coins and more, a lovely vintage design
Here is the direct link to the full photo Tutorial: Vintage coin Pouch
Project design credit goes to Tendance Ruban- French Retailer of Renaissance Ribbons owned by Veronique who is Edith's sister.
We reverse-engineered the original sample to provide you with easy, step-by-step instructions and a downloadable pattern. For this multi-layer project with its origami fold, it's important everything stays flat. Our solution: the ribbons are stitched to the plain side of a layer of fusible interfacing. When the front and back are assembled and pressed, it activates the fusing and creates a tight, smooth bond. Stability is increased and layers are decreased.
Here is the list of Material needed
Amounts shown below are for ONE coin purse.
We used TWO beautiful jacquard ribbons for each coin purse. Our combinations are shown below. As mentioned, the mixing and matching potential is huge from within Renaissance Ribbons' amazing selection. The final amount required will depend on the width of the ribbon you select and if you stay with just two ribbons or increase the mix. We recommend starting with a full yard to insure the best look.
We recommend the KAM Snaps Snap Press Pliers Plastic Snaps: nice and easy to use