I love little pouches and how versatile they can be for so many things. You can create a pouch with any size fabric so I left this tutorial vague as to sizes so that you can make a pouch large or small depending on your taste and use. It can even be square if you’d prefer – it doesn’t have to be rectangular. I made mine to hold my new iPhone and some accessories safely in my purse or bag. It offers some protection but shouldn’t be considered a “drop proof” or “scratch proof” case.
You will need:
These pieces should be cut to the same size:
Backing Fabric (owl print show in photo)
Inside liner fabric (the printed flannel is what I used)
One piece should be cut and folded in half to form your “pocket”. I used flannel so the pocket would be soft.
For reference I used 13.25″ pieces for my backing, batting and inside liner. The pocket was 10.5″ folded in half. You want your pocket short enough that it will create a “flap” for the pouch closure.