Image Credit: sewingtimes via YouTube
Here’s a fun sewing tutorial that you can try today. It is very easy and quick to sew, plus it is also very handy. You can either use this pouch as a coin purse or as an earphone holder. If you want to learn how then proceed down below for the detailed instructions as taught by sewingtimes on YouTube.
The outer fabric
The lining fabric
Other things you’ll need
Print out the pattern and cut it out, place it on top of the fusible fleece fabrics, trace out the pattern on the fleece, then cut them out as well. Place the fusible fleece on top of the 2 outer fabrics that match their sizes, press them with an iron, then place it on top of 2 lining fabrics of similar sizes, clip them around in place, then cut it out following the pattern with leaving a ¼” seam allowance. Separate and grab the outer fabric fused with the fleece and work on it first, then set the others aside. Grab the small piece of outer fabric and fold both sides toward the center, then insert the D ring. Fold the fabric in half, then place it on the side of the outer fabric, hold it in place with a clip, then sew it straight.
Place the lining fabric on top of the outer with their right sides facing each other, pin them around, and sew the top of the fleece batting. Make notches above it, then flip the fabric to their right side and fold it properly, clip the top and sew it as close to the seam as possible. Grab the larger piece of outer fabric fused with fleece then fold it in half and find the bottom midpoint, then make a small triangular notch, do the same to the other piece as well but only cut the outer fabric and not the lining.
Place the smaller piece at the bottom of the larger one with their right sides facing each other, then pin around in place, and sew at the back with a ¼” seam allowance or as close to the fleece fabric’s seam edge as possible. Flip it to its other side then place the large lining fabric on top and clip in place, sew around with a ¼” seam allowance at the back but leave a gap at the bottom for turning. Make notches around before turning it to its right side, then poke the corners nicely, and tuck the edge of the hole at the bottom. Clip it in place beforehand stitching it close. Then, flip the bottom pocket out, sew the upper part of the fabric piece with a ¼” seam allowance, attach the snap button on the fabric.
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