Sunday, December 30, 2012

"P" is for Plaid Pouches

Sew: personalized plaid pouches


Sturdy canvas pouches lined with plaid and plaid monograms.



I used a great pattern from Noodlehead here to make these pouches:



For contrast I added plaid to the base of the larger size and from the side you can see just how deep and wide this pouch is - it can hold a lot!


Here's how to make the plaid pouches:

1. Following the pattern from Noodlehead cut out your pieces:


2. Add the contrast bottom first:


3. Then line up the fabric letter and zig zag stitch around edge:



4. Keep following the Noodlehead instructions and add your zipper:


5. Sew side seams, leave an opening in bottom and miter corners:


6. Turn right side out, press and topstitch.
Then add zipper end fabric cover:


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4 comments:

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

There's nothing more special than a monogrammed gift - these are fabulous! Happy New Year

daiseyjayne.com said...

I have a "Preppy" friend who would just love these! Wonderful tutorial :)

senovia said...

Those are stinkin' cute!!

Marti Cooper said...

You did a great job! They are adorable! I am hosting SHOW-licious Craft Showcase if you would like to participate!

http://sew-licious.blogspot.com/2013/01/saturday-show-licious-craft-showcase-14.html

Happy New Year!
Marti