Oh cool! You know, I was at the craft store today and had this needlepoint stuff in my hand. I wondered if it would be stiff enough, and instead of just paying the little bit of money it cost, I put it back and decided against it. If you think it'll work well, I'll give it a go.
Wow! Thanks! You know, your post just inspired me to try out the canvas board that you can pick up cheap at any art supply store. I have a hand saw at home that would cut through it. I'm gonna have to give this a try!
Aside from interfacing, what do you guys use to keep a clutch from being floppy? I've tried the stiffest interfacing I can find, and it works for a while but it tends to get a bit floppy after using the clutch a few times. I normally put a thin piece of MDF in the bottoms of my totes to keep the bottom from sagging, but MDF is too much for a little clutch.