Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Stationary Pouch Tutorial

Stationary little bag, pouch or glasses case. DIY Tutorial
 Stationary little bag, pouch or glasses case. DIY Tutorial

 Finished Stationery Pouch size: 6 1/4” x 3 1/4” x 2 1/2”

Add 1/4 inch seam allowance to all the pieces

Materials to Make a Stationary Pouch

    Cotton Print 1 : 9” x 4” and  9” x 7”
    Cotton Print 2: 9” x 4 1/2”
    Cotton Print 3: 9” x 13 1/2”
    Fusible fleece: 9” x 13 1/2”
    Matching color thread, neutral thread
    Matching embroidery thread
    1/2″ x 4″ leather scrap
    Rotary cutter and rotating rotary mat
    Magnetic button
    Leather name tag
    Download the Stationary Pouch Template

Instructions to Make a Stationary Pouch

1. Cut Print 1, Print 2 using rotating rotary mat and sew Print1 – Print 2- Print 1 together matching long edges.
 2. Fuse the cut-out fusible fleece on the wrong side of pouch body and trim the excess fabric.
 3. Topstitch along each seam using 12-weight matching thread.
 4. With right sides together, fold the bottom part in half, matching up the side and corner raw edges. Sew sides together.
 5. With Print 3,  Repeat steps 4 to make the pouch lining.

 6. Turn  pouch lining to right side and place inside main pouch (right sides together), and pin together along flap and front edge. Sew in place.
 7. Clip each flap ends to help easy open & close.
 8. Pick open one side of lining to make a opening. Turn right side out.
 9. Hand sew gap closed. Finger press front pouch seam and topstitch by sewing a running stitch along this top front edge using 3 strands of embroidery floss. Attach magnet button to front edge and inside flap.

 Author: Minki from Minki’s Worktable.


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