While the outside of this wicker handbag is charming and refined, the inside is an over the top explosion of cute. I really outdid myself on making this purse organizer. So thrilled about the final result. My daily essentials are perfectly placed and easy to get to:
- Mobile Phone
- Business Card Case
- Tic Tacs
No commercial lolita brand would spend this much time on the inside of a purse. Far to expensive to manufacture. But wow what a difference it makes. The vintage purse is still a modest size compared to styles popular these days in mainstream fashion. But once the bag is well organized that size difference isn’t a big deal. And this is just one side of the bag. There is more to come. But first lets break down how the organizer was made.
The finished piece looks like this. A simple flat organizer that can be slipped into the purse. I did decide to attach it to the lining in the purse for stability, but that is personal preference versus a necessity. Below is an overview of the steps to make your own organizer.
My biggest advice is to go slowly and be sure to think ahead to the next few steps. With patience and diligence I would rank this an intermediate sewing project. To make it more basic, I would drop the lace trim and the rounded corners.
It was dark when I finished the other side of the purse. After brunch I’ll get around to taking some photos to share with you the other half of what has turned out to be an exquisitely organized handbag.