You probably have a stylish face mask. How about a cool carrying case?! This cute and colorful zip pouch is designed to hold a favorite face mask or two plus additional protective supplies in the outside pleated pocket.
Originally designed for Valentine goodies, these mini gift bags are just as perfect for the holiday season. Change up the fabric and appliqué shapes and you’re set. We used burlap and cotton with ribbon forming the unique side ties.
Can you ever have too many zip pouches? We think not! This pretty curved design is long and narrow – a classic “pencil case” style perfect for its namesake utensils as well as make up, toiletries, notions, and more.
To keep your lips moist and protected from the elements, your best defense is a good offense: constant swipes from your trusty tube of lip balm. Make sure that tube is always handy with our key ring cases. A great gift idea.
Create a fun, colorful, insulated lunch bag that features a bold monogram clearly stating, “That’s my PB&J, dude… hands off.” We combine a linen-blend solid with a striking quilting cotton on the outside, wipe-clean rip stop inside.
At 7½” x 4” x 3½”, this toiletries bag is smaller than a standard dopp kit but is still the perfect size to fit all those bottles, jars, and tubes. It’s a “mighty mini”! Great to use on a road trip or to organize at home.
Our downloadable pattern set has all the pieces you need to put everything together for a perfect fit. You get 9 pockets in a variety of sizes, including a zippered coin pocket. Make it with standard quilting cotton.
Sometimes you need a pouch to hold just the essentials, like cards, cash, and a shopping list. Tuck in your pocket or toss into a larger bag. Great gifts for any occasion, especially when a gift card or a little cash is tucked inside.
Bring your zipper expertise full circle. Learn how to insert a zipper into a round, thin case with a full lining; it’s a shape that’s handy for all kinds of tasks – we turned our little sample into a mini sewing kit.
These cool cases are fast and easy, and a great intro to working with Kraft-Tex. The double pockets can fit credit or gift cards, folded bills or business cards. There’s a free pattern for both the body of the wallet and the band.
Position the pouch to rest either across the front or out of the way across the back. Its slim profile allows it to comfortably mold against your body, and it can be worn either over or under a jacket or other outerwear.
We created a very pretty fabric envelope that’s fun for any occasion. It ties shut with a clever pull-through bow. Plus, it can be used over and over again, which makes it a green gift wrap alternative.
The name is due to its similarity to the wide, ornate straps musicians use to hold their guitars. By changing how the ends attach, they’re also a fun way to update any bag that uses a removable strap. We added die cuts!
It’s always good to have tissues at-the-ready when out and about: dab away a tear, capture a sneeze or wipe up a mess. Pretty them up with our adorable tissue covers. A fun ScrapBusters project that also makes a great gift.
Micro organization! Each little pocket is perfectly sized to fit several credit cards, gift cards, your license, a bit of folding money + more. A snap and swivel hook lets you attach it to a key ring or inside a larger bag.
How can you pack your favorite jewelry without it becoming a tangled mess?! Our unique pouch has eight, wedge-shaped pockets to hold your treasures. It gathers up with a drawstring, enclosing the pockets in an upright position.
Last Minute Mom’s Day Idea: Two clear-view pockets can hold a gift card and a handwritten note. We also designed a matching free printable: two sheets of ten, perfectly-sized gift tags you can download and customize.
This cute set of totes is great for travel, but that’s not as likely right now. Instead, use them to organize your closet at home! Both drawstring bags are lined and feature cute appliqués to identify the contents.
Pretty little patchwork makes a very pretty little zip pouch. This is also a great project to feature a decorative zipper. Plus, we show you how to make a kicky double-tier tassel as a fun zipper pull.
The lanyard snaps onto a pacifier on one end and clips onto baby’s clothing, stroller or swing on the other. There’s also a pouch to holds two more binkies (on their lanyards) so there’s always one handy.
They’re something useful for yourself or great as a gift; our key fobs use just tiny bits of fabric and notions, and they’re fast and fun. In fact they were so fun, we did 5 samples, adding piping, stitching, embroidery, and ribbon.
Darts in the bottom give this pouch a roomy base, and the zippered top opens wide so you can easily load up everything you need. Use it by itself or drop into your favorite handbag or tote. Download the custom monogram alphabet.
A beautiful little zippered clutch is the go-everywhere kind of accessory that’s a snap to make and a joy to give. This version has a chic vintage look thanks to delicate cross stitch machine embroidery.
When you’re carrying a heavy load in a bag, tote or brief, is there often more slip than grip in your shoulder strap? A strap pad helps keep your shoulder strap balanced over your shoulder and easier to carry.
We love the idea of concealing a cutting-edge electronic device inside a vintage wrapper. This sleek pouch has three generous pockets to hold a selection of devices; the front pocket is completely sealed with a zipper.
Keep cords tidy with these quick and easy wraps. We offer two sizes: one small for things like tiny ear buds, another for larger items, like power cords. They take just teensy scraps of fabric. We used pre-cuts.