Free Pattern Friday: Tasseled Sari Silk Clutch - Darn Good Yarn

Free Pattern Friday: Tasseled Sari Silk Clutch

Before You Start:

This quick and easy knit project that will give you the perfect purse for any adventure you go on! Made with our recycled eco-friendly Sari Silk Ribbon, this clutch can easily store your makeup, phone, wallet, passport... the options are endless! 

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Project Details:

Skill Level: Easy
Craft: Knit


US size 15/10mm circular or straight needles 

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2 Skeins of Sari Silk Ribbon (Pictured in Sea Foam)
1 yard of T-Shirt yarn
Chain Strap (not included)
Large blunt eye needle 

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Optional: tassel maker 

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CO Cast on
K Knit
K2tog Knit 2 stitches together
SSK Slip Slip Knit
Rep Repeat
St(s) Stitch(es)


Clutch bag is worked back and forth in Garter stitch, holding 2 strands
of yarn together. All rows are knitted, odd & even.
Holding 2 starndsof yarn together CO 22
Row 1: K1 all sts. Turn piece
Rows 2-40: Rep. round 1 (or until piece is 12 inches in length.)

Row 41: SSK, K18, K2tog (20 sts)
Row 42: K1 all sts
Row 43: SSK, K16, K2tog (18 sts)
Row 44: K1 all sts
Row 45: SSK, K14, K2tog (16 sts)
Row 46: K1 all sts
Row 47: SSK, K12, K2tog (14 sts)
Row 48: K1 all sts
Row 49: SSK, K10, K2tog (12 sts)
Row 50: K1 all sts
Row 51: SSK, K8, K2tog (10 sts)
Row 52: K1 all sts
Row 53: SSK, K6, K2tog (8 sts)
Row 54: K2tog, K4, SSK (6 sts)
Row 55: SSK, K2, K2tog (4 sts)
Cast off.


Fold piece in half, like shown in Figure A, leaving purse flap free. Take 2 stands of yarn and whip stitch sides together as shown in Figure B. Repeat on opposite side.
Make and attach tassel to the tip of flap. Attach strap to both sides. Weave in all ends.

Helpful Tips

Whip Stitch

The key to joining seams successfully is to match up the stitches on each side
of the seam, using straight, and even whip stitches, without pulling too tightly.

Whip Stitch


If you don’t have a tassel maker, you can make one by hand using this Tutorial.

For sizing reference I used a credit card and wrapped T-Shirt yarn 7 times around the widest part of the card.

Comment below with what color you would make this clutch in <3