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Pattern Details

These fun funky pouches are great for kids, teens, adults, young and old. Whether you fill them with chocolates, toys or sewing items, they are fast and fun to make. Great way to use up your scraps or FQ’s. These can be made from all fabrics. Obvious directional prints are not recommended since the pouches twist and turn. You do not have to make the pouches with the same purposes in mind as I did, you can make them just for fun! I have called them the “Car Park, Crayon Case & Eyeglass Case”. The Eyeglass Case can also hold pencils and pens. Or the Car Park can hold your wonder clips or chocolates for a gift. Turn the Crayon Case into a sewing kit. Let your imagination fly! A continuous (by the yard) zipper is needed for this project. You will only be using one side of the zipper per pouch so make sure you have 2 zipper pulls that fit the zipper. With one 34-36” length of zipper you can make 2 pouches. This is a 20 page PDF pattern, loaded with pictures and full size pattern pieces. Pattern is downloadable immediately upon purchase. There are no refunds. If you have any questions you can reach me via email or on my Facebook group...

Recommended with this pattern

  • 8” x 12 “ Scraps - Exterior
  • 8” x 12 “ Scraps - Lining
  • 8” x 12” Scraps - Foam Stabilizer (Soft & Stable) or Fusible batting

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Hi, my name is Liz Schaffner and I am the quirky designer behind MOMENTS Designs. I live in Germany with my hubby (aka Mr. M) and more fabric and machines then l would like to admit to. I have sewn for as long as l can remember and a couple of years ago l started writing my own patterns. I have a love for faux leather and machine embroidery and l love to combine the two in my bags/patterns. Even though my patterns are designed for using faux leather, they can easily be made with fabrics. Best of all, you do not need an industrial machine to sew my patterns (l do not own one, l sew on a Juki TL98). My patterns are filled with step by step instructions, tons of photos, tips & tricks but most important...all my linings fit! Not baggy bottoms here! Happy Sewing Liz