Grab and Go Wristlet – FREE PATTERN


Hello!  Can you believe it’s almost JULY?  June has flown by!  I have been super busy.  I just got back from the Cricut Meet and Greet in Chicago where we celebrated the launch of the Infusible Inks with Michaels! (More to come on that later).  Today, I am excited to share with you my very own pattern/design which I call the Grab and Go Wristlet!

Wristlet LAN-1

This little cutie is the perfect size for the summer when you just want to take your key, phone and a few necessities without the added bulk of an oversized purse.

Wristlet LAN-1-2

This little cutie actually has quite a lot of room in it and yet, it’s still a clutch size.  I just love the fun colors.  Wristlet LAN-3

You can’t help but be happy when you see Pink Lemons and Palm Trees, right?

Wristlet LAN-4

I designed this bag so that it can easily be converted to a crossbody bag for when you need your hands free for shopping or chasing kids!  (I remember those days :), I actually miss them very much).

Are you ready for a tutorial:  I have a FREE SVG (perfect if you have a Cricut Maker), or you can choose the FREE PDF pattern and cut it by hand.  You can get them by clicking below:

GRAB & GO SVG PATTERN **                     GRAB & GO PDF PATTERN

** For whatever reason, when uploading the SVG to Cricut Design Space, Design Space is resizing it.  Resize the SVG to 23.5″ wide (Keep lock proportions on).  This will create a finished pouch that is approximately 9 x 7.

Here are the step by step video instructions:



35 thoughts on “Grab and Go Wristlet – FREE PATTERN

  1. Janet Hunsinger says:

    Thank You Lorrie for such a beautiful pattern ! I’ve been wanting to make a bag with safe flex but haven’t had a good idea for it until now. I plan to do mine with the tropical prints I’ve been saving for something extra special and this is it!. Can hardly wait to get my Safe Flex fusible fleece and the woven interfacing,!
    Thank You for all your tutorials! Janet

  2. Jan Campbell says:

    I love your sewing projects. Thanks so much for sharing them. I haven’t sewn them yet but will I’m in a middle of down sizing.

  3. Karen R. In Upstate SC says:

    This is absolutely adorable, Lorrie! Thank you so much for the free pattern & the step by step instructions. You make it so easy to follow along!

  4. Betty J Aragon says:

    I love the clutchs you made I would love to know where can get the material on your video it’s a dark s blue and also the pink one. Thank you Betty Aragon

  5. Janet Newberry says:

    Lorrie, I used your svg file without even thinking about sizing it. It turned out 5″ wide – too small for me. What size did you make yours?

    • Lorrie Nunemaker says:

      I wish I had more time but in addition to a 40 hour a week full time job, being a mom, grandma, dog mom “wife” and my second job – making FREE youtube/blogging/Facebook tutorials, I simply can’t. I would recommend watching the videos and taking notes if you prefer written instructions.

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