Organizer Pouch~ A Bag with 5 zippered Pockets
The Organizer Pouch is a zippered pouch with a total of 5 zippered pockets; perfect for school supplies, quilting tools, knitting tools or whatever you wish to store in the pockets. Measuring 11” wide x 9” tall, this organizer pouch can hold a lot. The removable wrist strap makes it easy to carry, or remove the strap and place inside a backpack or tote bag to have all of your tools at hand in one convenient place. This pouch is easy enough to sew for a confident beginner with my step-by-step instructions and lots of photographs to help guide you through the process, even if you have never sewn a zipper before.
- This Organizer Pouch is for children, women and men to hold all your supplies in one place* , , Great to pop into a tote bag or backpack to have your supplies at hand , , The pattern is written with Imperial measurements (inches) , , 36 pages of written instructions and clear photographs to help you make this organizer pouch , , Suitable for a confident beginner
Materials you need at home:
- Materials needed~ , , Exterior fabric 3/8 yard , *Main lining fabric 1/3 yard , *All pocket linings 2/3 yard , *Fusible Fleece (thin or heavyweight fleece, your choice) ¼ yard , *Woven Fusible interfacing (20" wide) 1 ½ yards , *12" or longer zipper (main compartment) , *(3) 10" or longer zippers , *7" or longer zipper , *(5) zipper pulls purchased or made (optional) , *D-ring ¾" * , *Swivel hook ½" * , *Size 16 universal machine needle is helpful to get through thick layers , *Sewing Machine , *Rotary Cutter, mat and ruler (or scissors) , *Thread
Daryl Perry ~ Patchouli Moon Studio
I love color and textiles and that is why I started making quilts, quilted wall hangings and then got hooked on making handbags and other bags. I sell my handbags on my blog too. I started a blog in 2008 to document everything that I make. I blog at https://www.patchouli-moon-studio.blogspot.com Please drop by and see what I create.
I have designed a few patterns in pdf format to sell here and I also offer a few free pdf patterns as well.