A Pretty Pouch for Your Kindle, Tablet and More
January 2, 2018 |
| Quilted Bags
It Has Many Uses and Makes a Wonderful Gift, Too!
This beautiful little pouch was designed for a Kindle, although it also works for paperback books. Enlarge it slightly for an iPad or other tablet, or use it as a handy little purse or sewing pouch.
An appliqued flower, a button accent and the stitch-in-the-ditch decorative stitches add to the pouch’s scrappy appeal. Make it up in whatever combination of colors and fabric styles most appeal to you.
This is a great project for using up some of those leftover Jelly Roll (2 1/2″) or Honey Bun (1 1/2″) strips. Or cut your own from fabric in your stash. You can also start fresh with a beautiful Honey Bun and save on the cutting.
The finished pouch, designed by Kimberly Walus of Bitty Bits & Pieces, is about 9″ x 6″ when it’s closed.
You’ll also need the PDF appliqued flower template, which you’ll find here.
Click here for a printer friendly PDF of the tutorial.
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