Create a Handy Pouch from Old Jeans

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Make One for Yourself and Another to Give!

Repurpose old jeans into an attractive and handy pouch. The pouch is generously sized for holding all sorts of things. Use it for quilting supplies and tools, take-along projects, or even as a clutch bag for casual days out.

This is a great project for jean scraps leftover from other projects. Choose a variety of denims and even throw in a chambray or two for added interest.

Dotti Denim Pouch Pattern

Topstitching is a lovely finishing touch for the simple piecing. While a zipper is involved, it’s easy to install. You’ll love how quickly the pouch sews together.

The finished pouch, from Just Jude Designs, is 12” w x 8 1/2” h.

Click here to purchase the “Dotti Denim Pouch” pattern.


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