Image by Spencer Ogg via YouTube
Carrying hand sanitizer in your purse or pocket has become more popular this year. They can be bulky or lost in your bag, but with Spencer Ogg’s tutorial on YouTube, learn how to make a clip-on hand sanitizer holder. This will come in handy and it’s easy to attach around your belt loop or purse strap. This would fit travel-sized hand sanitizers. I have a lot of Bath and Body Works hand sanitizers and I think this would be so cute to make. I normally don’t carry around a purse so if I make this, I think it would be helpful to have my hand sanitizer on me more often. This can be used for many other things too such as lipstick, headphones, or USB sticks. I love how it is beginner-friendly and can be suited for any size bottle or object.
First, download the PDF pattern pieces for this tutorial by Spencer Ogg. Trace the pattern pieces with your fabric and cut them out so they’re ready to stitch together. Measure down 1 1/4 inches from your outer fabric to mark where you’re going to add your magnetic clasp. Snip through the holes and push the clasp on.
Next, take your matching fabric and face them right side together. Clip them in place and stitch around the three sides leaving the top straight edge open. Once finished, turn that through outside in.
This would be a great gift to sew for my friends and family. I feel like this is like making a face mask, it’s super convenient and needed during this time. Even if the pandemic didn’t happen, this would be a great clip-on hand sanitizer holder to have.