Sewing instructions and pattern as a PDF-E-Book for a pouch for panty liners and tampons "Rosi".
My sewing instructions and pattern for the must-have item for every woman’s handbag. Quick and easy to make yourself.
Panty liners and tampons used to just kick around loose in the bottom of my bag. It wasn’t especially hygienic and I could never find them when I needed them. So I created a pouch just for them – meet Rosi! The short elastic cord is perfect for hanging the pouch from door handles and hooks. The zip makes it super discreet and secure. Rosi has space for 6 tampons and 3 to 4 small and large panty liners. The practical elastic ensures tampons don’t fall out the pouch. A wipe-clean outer material keeps things hygienic in case you end up putting Rosi on the toilet, rather than keeping it in your bag.
Rosi is your perfect companion for when you've got the decorators in, when Aunt Flo is paying a visit, when you are painting the town red or even riding the crimson wave ;-) Rosi can also be used as a pouch for cosmetics, medicines, make-up, vials, tissues or disinfectant wipes.
PDF eBooks from shesmile: These simple, step-by-step instructions feature lots of photos and are even suitable for beginners. There are detailed photos to accompany you every step of the way.
Hashtags: #meinerosi #shesmile
Size: 9 x 20 cm (when closed)
Time required: 2 hours
- 14 pages of sewing instructions with lots of pictures
- 2 pages of patterns
- 5 pages with ideas and inspiration from pattern testing.
Materials you need at home:
- Cotton fabric, Matching thread, 1 zip fastener, 1 wide strip of elastic, 1 elastic cord, 2 press studs.
- For the pattern a printer that can print A4 paper, scissors
- For the sewing pins or clips, fabric scissors, rotary cutter and cutting ruler (optional), tailor’s chalk / pen / trick marker, iron, sewing machine with backstitch / straight stitch, press stud tool, seam ripper (optional)
- The eBook contains the precise dimensions and extra tips.
Simple. Creative. Sewing & crafting with shesmile.
Hello! I am Elisabeth Steger, digital media designer and screen printer. I live together with my two daughters and my husband in Siebeneichen, a beautiful village in Bavaria, Germany. I have been coming up with new ideas for DIY crafts under my label shesmile since my first period of maternity leave in 2013. My easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions come with lots of photos for each step of the process and are ideal for beginners.
Why not take a look at my blog: www.hello.shesmile.de
Being creative means everything to me. shesmile was founded back in 2007. I started out in layout & design in the print and non-print sector, before adding DIY patterns and bright, colourful illustrations.
PLEASE NOTE: You are permitted to sell up to 10 items per year if I am named as the owner of the pattern. (© Pattern by shesmile) Details: www.lizenzrechte.shesmile.de