Victorian Miser’s Purse

This is based on the dozens of miser’s purse patterns I’ve seen and collected. It was adapted to the yarn and beads I had on hand. Miser’s purses were used through most of the 19th century to hold coins. Some purses had different colored silks or beads on each end to differentiate what coins were in each pouch, others had a round pouch on one end and a square one on the other.

by Severina from The Vintage Stitch-O-Rama.

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