Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial – Free!

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Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

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)
  • Batting piece
  • 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.

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Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Easy Lined Pouch Tutorial

Comments

  1. What a cute pouch! I love the owl fabric. Thanks for putting this tutorial together, Kati!

  2. Светлана says:

    Как я люблю этот блок! Изба. колодец, кто как называет. Когда сшиваются мелкие детали – я преклоняюсь!

  3. A lovely wee pouch and excellent tutorial , thank you. I sent an email to you a couple of days ago as I have some pics of my embroidered Crinoline Lady and my Featherweight pieced lap quilt and don’t know how to send them to you. Can you help me out please?. By the way I have been watching some of your Corgi videos and they are delightful, I can see why you get so much pleasure from their company.

  4. Very cute tutorial, thank you for sharing. One thing I would question though, is whether it’s a good idea to use flannel around electronics? Our fleece/flannel blankets give off a lot of static electricity and static and ipods don’t mix well.

    • We don’t really have that issue in Florida due to all the humidity but yes, if you live in an area where that is a concern perhaps a different fabric would be advisable.

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