|Go to the local hardware store, and get some light copper piping, have them cut it to a workable size, mine is 9 inches. My local True Value did this for free.
Then find small dowels that fit inside. Found mine at WalMart for 44 cents a piece.
Then you sew the tube (one side should be sewn closed), slide the piping inside, and poke it through the end with the dowel.
Whole set up cost me under 5$ for 3 different sizes.
Lets say I have a purse handle that I want to turn :
I sew the handle into a tube making sure one edge is sewn shut. Step 1
Then I insert the copper tubing into the fabric tube all the way in, until it is up against the sewn edge. Step 2
Then I sometimes shimmy the rest of the fabric up, so I can get a good hold of the copper tube. Step 3
Then I used the dowel and push against the fabric, forcing it with the dowel into the tube and out the other end. Step 4
Then I just grab it and pull it all the way through the tube.
Its now the right side out !!
I took some pictures of the process. I am actually using a crochet hook in these because the minute I took the dowels out (which are a tad longer then the needle) they were stolen buy a pack of kitties...