Stash and store necessities when you’re out and about. Use with your own clip-on wrist strap as a mini purse or ditch the strap and pop the pouch into a larger tote. A beginner-friendly project, but with fun, new techniques to try.
One of the best ways to add a splash of multiple colors to a project is with ribbon. This cute pouch has a row of ribbons plus a ribbon wrist loop. Zipper pouches are a fan favorite and a great basic skill building project.
This project features not 1, not 2, but 3 cute zippered pouch styles to hold life’s little necessities. Three specialty labels further customize each pouch, and we offer a free set of Mother’s Day gift tags as a finishing touch.
We used a modern batik for the exterior, but it’s just a small fabric cut; you may already have something perfect in your stash. Braided yarn straps are secured with side loop channels. And a triple tier tassel accents the zipper.
Little stuff? Zip it up! A zippered pouch is always handy to hold whatever small necessities you need to carry. This one is part of our matched trio of monogrammed travel essentials. The bottom darts add a bit of extra fullness.
Two sizes – tons of uses. Designed to drop into a larger bag or tote, these little pouches are really too pretty to hide! They’re long and slim with a full 12” zippered opening. Use bold mix-and-match scraps + a fun zipper.
We used gorgeous Renaissance Ribbons to hold the zippers in place on these handy 6” x 9” pouches. Clear vinyl on the front lets you easily glance at the contents. There’s even a free pattern to create the rounded corners.