Sew a jewelry travel case pattern

sew a jewelry travel caseIntroducing the Jewelry Purse pattern. Here's a bonus pattern which is just in time to sew for Christmas.  If you are giving a piece of jewelry as a gift this year, then this makes the perfect way to wrap it in this pretty and useful jewelry purse pattern.

Ideal to keep your favorite pieces easily to hand, or just right for traveling and looking glamorous on the go.  This jewelry purse has a spot for earrings, chains or bracelets, rings, and other small items, and a full-width zipper pocket too.

sew a jewelry travel case

Make it sumptuous in silk or satin, or practical and more hard-wearing in a quilting weight cotton.

Features:

  • Finished size closed – 8.5 inches by 6 inches
  • Ring holder, earring holder, 2 hangers for chains, zipper pocket, 2 slip pockets
  • Soft and padded.
  • Step by step photo tutorial and video

Pattern rating – the pattern testing team gave this one an Intermediate rating.

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Download the Jewelry Purse pattern

You can download the pattern pieces and instructions for the Jewelry Purse from my design account with Craftsy.  Save to your computer or pattern library and sew at your leisure.

For help downloading and printing PDF patterns, please CLICK HERE.

Video tutorial for the Jewelry Purse with variations and suggestions

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Pattern Testing Results

I gave the testing team a tight deadline on this one because I knew it would make such a great Christmas present and wanted to make sure you all had time to sew it.  As always, they rise to the challenge and created some pretty bags and made sure this pattern is spot on!

Louise – I liked it. Lots of compartments to keep things separate. Like the chain holder. Hopefully, will keep necklaces from knotting.  I used a Pellon fusible lightweight interfacing and a Pellon fusible fleece. They worked well.

sew a jewelry travel case

Sarah – the only thing that held me up with this pattern was how great it was.  Every time I completed a section I had to get out some jewelry and start adding it in!

sew a jewelry travel case

Donna at Stitched by Donna – I love the pattern. I added topstitching to the flap on my purse.  For the interfacing, I used Pellon Shape-Flex SF101 – woven interfacing, and Pellon Fusible Interfacing. I used Pellon sew-in heavyweight stiff interfacing instead of cardboard for the earring holder, so the purse can be washable. I then punched holes with a regular hole puncher on the interfacing only before placing it in the stud holder.

sew a jewelry travel case

Linda – Great pattern. Easy to put together. Unfortunately, I did not have a very fancy fabric to test with but next time I will try it with one.  I loved the idea of making a jewelry organizer. This one has a lot of pockets and has a place for everything, rings, earring, chain. I liked the zipper pocket to make things more secure. However once closed it's not too big to get into your luggage and things stay in place. I loved the way it looks like a purse once closed making it pretty and feminine.   

For the interfacing, I used Pellon 911FF. I loved this interfacing for cotton. I have used it in almost all my bags. For the fleece,  it was not fusible so I used HeatnBond Lite to fuse it to the fabric. It worked great.

sew a jewelry travel case

Sara at Made by Sara – It is a lovely bag! I love it! Although I didn't make the chain holders and added a larger ring holder for mine. I think you have thought about all the necessary pockets and closures to keep everything neat and safe.  For the earring holder, I used a clear vinyl as a liner instead of a card to make it washable.

sew a jewelry travel case

Crystal – this is a great idea, I like that there is a place for nearly every type of jewelry… the satin look is pretty. I was curious about the tie option and how or if it was functional – it looks pretty but its really optional I think. Mine stays closed just fine with the magnetic closure. I used baby snaps, and Kam snaps (prefer to avoid hand sewing of snaps).  When I make this again, I'll use one layer of fleece lining, and one layer of heavy craft fusible for added stiffness.  And it can easily be adapted to suit your own jewelry – for my next one I'll make those chain loops longer and use them for bangles and big hoop earrings.

sew a jewelry travel case

A BIG Thank you to everyone who helped with the pattern testing on this one at such short notice and at such a busy time of year.

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Download the Jewelry Purse pattern

You can download the pattern pieces and instructions for the Jewelry Purse from my design account with Craftsy.  Save to your computer or pattern library and sew at your leisure.

For help downloading and printing PDF patterns, please CLICK HERE.

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18 Responses to Sew a jewelry travel case pattern

  1. Lara says:

    I’m confused about the instruction of Pattern Piece A. It says to cut 2x fusible interfacing and 2x fusible fleece. However, in both the sewing instructions and video tuturial, there is no mention to use BOTH the interfacing and fleece on Piece A. Should it be one or the other depending on fabric weight?

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      Hi Lara, the answer to your question is on page 3 and 4. Please have another look.

      • Lara Powers says:

        Thank you for the reply. Next problem: The fusible fleece is not adhering to the fusible interfacing which is already applied to the fabric (Piece A). Any advice welcomed. I’m trying to make 5 of these by Tuesday morning (Christmas presents).

        • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

          HI Lara, try not use steam when ironing the interfacing and see if that does the trick. Sprayable fabric glue would be my next move if the dry iron does not work.

  2. sally says:

    I cannot find where to download this for free.
    Thank you for your time.

  3. MADELINE NEWTON says:

    thank you for such a cute little purse…

  4. Sheryl says:

    Lovely idea! Thanks!

  5. Sharon Schroeter says:

    What a great pattern! Thank you for sharing it. The video is excellent–very clear & shows the construction very nicely.

  6. Emma Carpenter says:

    This is beautiful and functional Thanks for the pattern

  7. Iza izah says:

    Thank you . A very lovely surprise. So delighted to receive this. Very excited n eager to make this 4 my girls. Will b the envy of their frens i m sure…yeay!!

  8. kendell says:

    Thank you for sharing this tutorial, it is really appreciated

  9. Fanny says:

    Am so glad for this surprise gift. I live in Mexico City and the last week have been very hard, so a nice good thing means a lot during the disaster we have endured. Thanks a lot.

  10. Connie says:

    Thank you! That was very kind of you – love it!

  11. Heather says:

    Thank you for your generosity. Looks like a great pattern! Hoping to try it out very soon.

  12. Elizabeth Jenkins says:

    Thank you so very much, I have been looking for a “Special Something” to make for a dear friend. This is the absolute perfect gift.
    I love your site. Keep up the good ideas and sales.

  13. Claret says:

    Thank you for this pattern. will make some lovely gifts!

  14. Brenda says:

    Thank you for the lovely pattern, will make some for Christmas gifts after I finish the pile of jean repairs. Happy stitching :~)

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