Top Ten Tuesday {Pouches}

Good Tuesday morning to you!
I hope you are busy being creative!
Today, I am sharing Aurifil’s post on pouch patterns. If you read my post here, you recall I tried to make a pouch or two…and I wasn’t completely happy with the results. I think I will check out these possibilities and try, try again!


Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday!  You can never have enough fabric, Aurifil thread or pouches!  Pouches are so lovely in helping you keep organized or maybe just give the appearance of being organized.  A place for everything and everything in a pretty pouch!  Need to use up some bigger scrap fabrics, make a gift or get a fast sewing fix?  A pouch is the answer to fill all of those needs!  Check out this brilliant collection of free pouch patterns from top designers and bloggers to get started!

Top Ten Tuesday Pouches

1. Snappy Boxy Pouch {Tutorial} by Clover & Violet


2. Ruffle Zipper Pouch with Geometric Stitching Tutorial by See Kate Sew


3. Triple-Zip Pouch :: A Tutorial by Debbie from A Quilter’s TableTriple Zip Pouch

4. How to Sew a Zipper Pouch Tutorial by Melissa from Melly Sews


5. Cat-Eye Zippered Pouch {free pattern & tutorial} by Thread Riding Hood


6. Zipper Pencil…

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Smitha Easter
    Sep 29, 2015 @ 13:01:49

    How adorable! I love all of these 🙂

    Liked by 1 person


    • sbrctag
      Sep 30, 2015 @ 08:34:16

      Aren’t they great?! I am going to try another pouch…I am OCD just enough that I want to do at least one to my satisfaction!! Thanks for stopping by…come back again! Aloha!~

      Liked by 1 person


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