Do you ever find yourself looking for something that you can sew in an hour or two and have a completed project? I do, all the time. Well, today is the solution. The Quilted Boxy Pouch Pattern fills that list every single time. It is the perfect pattern to sew up to use those bigger cute scraps of fabric that you have been waiting for a special project.
And you don’t need to fear putting in a zipper anymore! This pattern will teach you a simple method for putting a zipper in a lined pouch. And will have you patting yourself on the back in no time flat. Putting in a zipper is easy with this pattern.
The Quilted Boxy Pouch pattern is made for beginners sewists and is a great introduction to using zippers in quilting. The finished pouches are great for all your storage needs!
Fabric Requirements for The Quilted Boxy Pouch Pattern:
• 1/2 yard of main fabric
• 1/2 yard of lining fabric
• (1) 12” or longer zipper
• 1/2 yard of fusible fleece or interfacing
We love this pattern in our house as the pouches are useful for so many things. We use them for pencil pouches for each new school year, make up and travel cases, and I even use them to hold a small sewing kit that I can take on the road with me.
My daughter loves them for her art pen sets. And my youngest even has one for his pokemon cards that go with us everywhere. They are the most useful little bags to have around! They could even be used as a diaper wipes case or a snack pouch if you are still in those baby years and need a small pouch.
The pattern comes in two sizes for the pouch, a smaller 7.5″ by 9.5″ pouch and then an 9.5″ by 11.5″ pouch and it teaches for both sizes.
You can find the pattern HERE to buy and sew up for many boutiques, craft fairs or gifts for any age. They are the perfect thing to sew up when you don’t know what to sew!