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If you would like to make some storage pouches then here is a great sewing pattern for the Boxy Pouch Set, where there are 6 sizes of the pouch. Sometimes you’ll find two different sizes in a sewing pattern, but six! Now there’s no need to try to fiddle and adapt sizing yourself, this pattern has it covered. Not only different sizes, but different shapes too, some longer, some taller, etc.
This sewing pattern is a fully comprehensive, step-by-step detailed photo tutorial that shows you how to make each of these 6 cute and easy box-shaped pouches. These pouches are super-practical and versatile and have a wide range of uses. You can use them to store sewing, knitting or crochet notions, toys, craft tools, pens or crayons. There’s even a template for a cool pencil case and an extra-large pouch or Dopp kit that’s perfect for shaving kits or cosmetics.
Full-scale pattern pieces are included so there is no need for measuring or working things out from scratch. Just cut out the templates and enjoy your sewing. This makes your sewing project quick and easy, so you can make a ton of these in a day.
This is a fantastic pattern for Etsy or craft fair sellers, or anyone keen to use up small pieces of precious fabric. The Kandou Boxy Pouches are a great idea for Christmas presents or teacher gifts – the choices of use are endless and the results are super cute!
The designer has included simple instructions for inserting a zipper in an easy way. She has also fully lined each of these pouches and there are no exposed seams, as she has included an easy method of seam binding.
The creative designer has rated her pouch project as ideal for an improving beginner sewer. Please note that you will need to have a knowledge of basic sewing techniques and be familiar with using a sewing machine. That’s it.
Each of the six sizes of Boxy Pouches measures approximately:
- (Width by Height by Depth):
- X-small = 4 ¼” by 3″ by 2 ½”.
- Small = 5″ by 3″ by 3 ¼”.
- Medium = 6″ by 3″ by 3 ¼”.
- Large = 7 ¼” by 4″ by 3 ¼”.
- X-large = 9″ by 6″ by 4″.
- Pencil Case = 8″ by 2″ by 2 ½”.
The pattern includes individual full-scale templates for each of the 6 sizes of the pouch. You will just need to stick the pattern together, then cut and use your templates as often as you like. There are also 12 pages of instructions, with lots of color photos and tips to guide you through every step of the making process, helping you to achieve a perfect and professional product.
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