These Easy Bags Can Be Made in An Afternoon

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Choose Between Four Sizes!

These sleek snap bags are not only pretty but they also take up very little space in a backpack, tote, or handbag. Plus, the graduated sizes can nest inside each other when not in use.

The smallest size will slip into a pocket and can hold a credit card, a few folded bills, a phone, coins, tissues, and other small necessities. On the other end, the largest will fit a notebook, tablet, a small pencil case, and more.

Patchwork Snap Pouch Pattern

Make the full set of four sizes or just the size you need. The bags are lovely homemade gifts too.

Patchwork Snap Pouch Pattern

Since there are no zippers, these bags are doable for beginners. Plus they’ll be charming in plain pieces of fabric or patchwork. Go ahead and embellish them however you like.

Patchwork Snap Pouch Pattern

The bags snap closed to secure the contents using Plastic KAM snaps. You’ll find a tutorial for installing them here.

Patchwork Snap Pouch Pattern

Kellie South from Ma and Me Designs has provided instructions for the following bag sizes:

  • Small – 6” w x 4” h
  • Medium – 8” w x 6” h
  • Large – 10” w x 8” h
  • Extra-Large – 12” w x 10” h

Click here to purchase the “Patchwork Snap Pouch” pattern.


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