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Recycled paper purse Part III

Creating the flap will take some ingenuity.  First make chains in these lengths: 26, 22, 18, 14, 10, 6 and 2 links.  Stitch together as previously done on both sides, as per picture.  One end will not finish neatly.  Here is where you need to improvise with extra materials to finish the end.
Creating the flap will take some ingenuity. First make chains in these lengths: 26, 22, 18, 14, 10, 6 and 2 links. Stitch together as previously done on both sides, as per picture. One end will not finish neatly. Here is where you need to improvise with extra materials to finish the end.

                  Recycled Paper Purse
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By now assuming you've read and completed Parts 1 and 2,  you are ready to move forward to the final steps to finishing your purse.

Don't be surprised if you're asked where you've bought it and be ready for the disbelief when you proudly state that you created it yourself.

Go to "Recycled Paper Purse"     Part I

Go to "Recycled Paper Purse"     Part II

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