A Fold-Over Cashmere Clutch

The thing about repurposing and making do with what you have, is that one never knows the materials that are going to be in abundance. (Unless it's landfill trash. We've got plenty of that. But I digress.) For some reason, I ended up with a lot of cashmere.
The thing about repurposing and making do with what you have is that one never knows the materials that are going to be in abundance. (Unless it’s landfill trash. We’ve got plenty of that. But I digress.) For some reason, I ended up with a lot of cashmere.
I'm sure you know not all cashmere is created equal. This one was very thin, even after trying to felt it to death.
I’m sure you know not all cashmere is created equal. This one was very thin, even after trying to felt it to death.
So I made a clutch. And boy, did it try my patience. Not the cashmere, but the trial and error of the design process.
So I made a clutch. And boy, did it try my patience. Not the cashmere, but the trial and error of the design process.
I don't draw things out. I just start making stuff. That's my process.
I don’t draw things out. I just start making stuff. That’s my process. And, by the way, this photo is upside down.
And this came out alright even with some mistakes. Now I know for next time. And I think there might be a next time.
And this came out alright even with some mistakes. Now I know for next time. And I think there might be a next time.

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