Next is the purse. It's another Interchangeable bag by Ellen Medlock, but made with a twist.
I used Texture Magic, a very cool product.
First you stitch it onto the back of the fabric then use steam to shrink it giving the fabric a crinkled look. I stitched it in a 1" grid over the entire piece of fabric. Another way to do it is to follow the sizing instructions and cut the pattern pieces large and then apply the Texture Magic. I chose to shrink the fabric then cut the pieces because the pattern pieces had a curve so it was harder to tell how to make the appropriate adjustment.
Here is a swatch I tested it on next to the fabric ready to be shrunk.
It looked like this all shrunk up after applying steam to the back of the fabric.