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New Zipper Pouches

Hello again,

Yesterday I made these one of a kind zipper pouches which in my wish list to sew. It's a free pattern from Noodlehead. I downloaded the pattern a few months ago, but yesterday after sorting out another scrap bag I felt so inspired and got down to make these 4 zipper pouches!

Handmade Little Black Dress Zipper Pouch - One of a kind - Medium Size
Double Sided Zipper Pouch
I called this fabric the little black dress. It has very fun print. I added black fabric. This is the first one I made, I used interfacing on both exterior and lining. It made the pouch really sturdy. 

Handmade Little Black Dress Zipper Pouch - One of a kind - Medium Size
Little Black Dress Pouch

The second one is this black and red pouch. The fabric I used is rayon cotton which has interesting pattern. I fussy cut the fabric to get this double sided pouch! 

Handmade Red and Black  Zipper Pouch - One of a kind - Medium Size
Black and Red Pouch

I only put interfacing on the exterior fabrics for the three pouches. I think I love this better, since the pouch can turned out more spacious and flexible. I medium weight cotton fusible interfacing. It gives enough structure for the pouch. 

Handmade Floral  Zipper Pouch - Medium Size
Wide Open Pouch


I used the same method for my previous pouches which I am still using now. Even after several washing, the pouch remain the same. If you're in India, you might want to check out my post about interfacing

Handmade Floral  Zipper Pouch - Medium Size
Floral Zipper Pouch

I also use the same interfacing for this newsprint pouch. The newsprint fabric is a lightweight canvas fabric. 

Handmade Newsprint  Zipper Pouch - One of a kind - Medium Size
Newsprint Pouch


Making pouch is always fun and the result is so rewarding. It is also great for gifts. I always keep few handy for gifts. You can also learn to make one with this Basic Tutorial on How to Make Patchwork Pouch or download the PdF in the link below this post.


So, what are you sewing this week? 

Thank you for stopping by!

Happy Sewing!

~Elvira~