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MINI Fabric Pouch Pattern

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This tiny pouch pattern is perfect for when you need something really small. Think storage for your ring, or earrings to toss in your cosmetic case when you travel. Also, doll bags, tooth fairy pouches, kid's treasure pouches, and more. It only requires scrap fabric. One of my favorite projects!

This file contains a PDF printable template - pattern. For complete step-by-step instructions with plenty of photos, visit https://www.applegreencottage.com/mini-pouch-free-pattern/

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Customer Reviews

Pamela

Verified Buyer

9 months ago

Travel Bags

I made 5 of these for friends who travel. Delighted with them. Great pattern. Easy to follow for an almost 80 year old

Heather

Verified Buyer

9 months ago

Sew easy

The pattern was easy to follow. I have made five of these pouches so far and they came out so cute!

Cathy

Verified Buyer

9 months ago

Cute!

This such a quick and clever design. I use mine to store small earrings. I'll definitely be making a few more.

Mirjami

Verified Buyer

9 months ago

Mini fabric pouch pattern

This pattern is easy to learn and use. I have modified it slightly to use with material from pvc coated tablecloths. I can cut the edges with pinking shears.

SRR

9 months ago

Loved making these mini pouches

I made a lot of these mini pouches. They were quick and simple to make. Instructions were well written. The step-by-step and easy to follow, and had great pictures. When I was finished with them I handed them out to the children in my summer library program to store their "treasures" in. (They were even used for the tooth fairy.) The kids loved them!