For this entry I was part trend-conscious, part indulgent in my choice, taking on Miu Miu's red leather rosette pouch:
FiddlyPretty straightforward (I'm aware I say that a lot) but requiring of a steady hand and a reasonable degree of skill, especially for crafting the "rose." Definitely worth the effort but you have been warned!
TimeMine took about 10 hours, most of which was spent waiting for the contact adhesive to dry - you have to apply it to both surfaces and wait 10-15 minutes before pressing them together - so, with a little multi-tasking and organisation, it's definitely possible to economise a little more on time.
You will need (in no particular order)A small red bag
Black and opaque yellow fabric paint by Dylon (£3 each at John Lewis and £2.99 at Hobbycraft)
A sheet of A4 paper
A clutch pencil
A patternmaster or graded setsquare
Contact adhesive (£6.18 in tub form, which I used, or £2.08 in tube form)
0.5m leather or pleather
Black gel or ballpoint pen