Pretty Fabric Makes a Handy Little Pouch

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This pretty little bag was created as a back-to-school project. However, it can be used for many things, including as a case for glasses.

Fill it with small sewing tools and throw it in your quilting bag, use it to keep a tote organized, or even add goodies for a beautiful gift. You’re sure to find a number of ways to use this pretty little pouch.

Stationary Pouch Tutorial

Choose two coordinating fabrics for the outside and a third for the lining. Fusible fleece gives the bag structure. Add a little leather name tag, a decorative button or another finishing touch. A magnetic button keeps the bag closed or use Velcro for an easy finish.

Stationary Pouch Tutorial

The finished pouch, designed by Minki Kim, is 6 1/4” x 3 1/4” x 2 1/2”.

Click here for the free “Stationary Pouch” tutorial.

 

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