Make a Pretty Little Gift Pouch in Less Than an Hour |
They’re So Easy and Make Small Gifts Special!
Sweet fabric gift pouches are very quick to make and lovely for any occasion. Little petals form around the drawstring opening, making charming pouches for small gifts.
Choose two fabrics that suit the occasion and narrow ribbon or cording. Rick rack or lace for trimming the edges are lovely finishing touches.
The finished dimensions are not provided by the designer, Lisa, from A Spoonful of Sugar. However, you start with two pieces of 8.5″ fabric, so they’re small enough for jewelry, chocolates and other treasures.
There are two tutorials to choose from. The second version is an update of the original. Learn more about the gift pouches here.
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