link to Studio Kat Designs for the Encore Purse Insert.
But the main reason for my post is to explain how I make my pattern pieces from paper patterns provided with these type of designs.
See the white roll of material standing in my corner? It is what I use for making my patterns. The product is called "Do-Sew" by Stretch and Sew Pattern Company. You can still get this product from Nancy's Notions here, with the following as it's definition. This 100% spunbonded polyester serves as both your tracing paper and your muslin. Because it is see-through and sewable, you can trace your pattern on it and sew it together to test for proper fit. and is 36" wide.
I bought a 100 yard roll about 20 years ago, when I was making lots of items from the Stretch and Sew patterns. I'm glad I still have it, because it is perfect for tracing patterns like the pieces in this design.
There were seventeen pattern pieces in this design, and I didn't want to cut out the paper patterns included. I like how this product is see through and can be easily pinned onto the fabric.
I know it is kinda hard to see in the picture above, but here is a close up of one piece, showing you what the material is really like. If I had to tell you something close to this type material, think of sew-in interfacing, only thinner.
I plan on using it in place of muslin, when I do some clothing sewing later this summer. Stay tuned...