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Sew a Hand Sanitizer Holder (2 patterns with videos)

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Sew a Hand Sanitizer Holder (2 patterns with videos)

Here we have two Hand Sanitizer Holders sewing patterns to share with you, from two separate designers. Both are very simple and quick to make and include video tutorials rather than full step-by-step written instructions. You can decide which you like best, or grab them both!

(1) Hand Sanitizer Pod (With video)

Hand Sanitizer Pod (With video)

Here’s a fabulous pouch for a small hand sanitiser bottle 30-60ml. You can attach it inside or outside your bag, snap it onto a belt loop, or wear as a lanyard.

It can be made with or without the flap and is great for gifts and a quick make for sew and sell. It’s an easy sewing pattern that is suitable for domestic sewing machines.

This item supplies printable pattern pieces with just video instructions. There are no step by step written instructions with this one as there is a comprehensive video.

Hand Sanitizer Pod (With video) sewing pattern

This pouch has lots of other uses too. It can also be used for earphones, hygiene products, lipstick, medicines, tissues, USB sticks, or even as a doggy poop bag holder to hang from your belt. You can even add a longer strap and use it as a lanyard.

If you follow the video to the end the designer will let you know how to change the size to suit your needs so you can increase for any size of bottle and also turn it into a pouch for spectacles, money, phone – basically anything.

When you have finished making yourself one of these easy beginner-friendly pods it will measure approximately 4 ¾” (12 cm) by 3″ (7.5 cm). 

Hand Sanitizer Pod (With video) sewing pattern

What materials will you need:-

  • Outer fabric and lining  Scraps of quilting cotton.
  • Medium Weight Fusible interfacing – eg Vilene 220, WovenFuse, SF101.
  • ¾” swivel clasp or trigger hook (Optional).
  • ½” Magnetic clasp – but most sizes will work, or substitute for Velcro.
  • All-Purpose thread to match outer or contrast.

The pattern will be delivered by instant download and includes full-size computer-generated pattern pieces and a link to the video tutorial. All measurements are given in inches and cm. Printer-friendly. Prints on US letter size or A4 paper. Size check feature to verify your printer settings.

Click here to get the Hand Sanitizer Pod pattern

(2) The Handy Bag – Hand Sanitiser Carry Pouch (with video)

The Handy Bag - Hand Sanitiser Carry Pouch (with video) sewing pattern

The Handy Bag is both quick and easy to make and is a great project to use up some of your scrap fabrics.

Because of Covid19 our lives have changed beyond anything we could ever imagine. Mask wearing has become the norm, and handwashing or hand sanitising is both expected and essential.

This little hand sanitiser pouch can be clipped to your belt or bag and gives easy access to your hand gel. It’s ideal for 50ml or 75ml bottles.

The Handy Bag - Hand Sanitiser Carry Pouch (with video) sewing pattern

You’ll have no trouble sewing this on a regular home sewing machine and it will take you no more than 15 minutes to sew each one.

You will need to use one 1/2” or 3/4” small swivel clip.

This pouch is raw-edged and unlined. It’s designed to be made from non-fraying fabrics such as faux leather, cork leather, real leather or Cordura.

The Handy Bag - Hand Sanitiser Carry Pouch (with video) sewing pattern

The pattern has no written step by step instructions but includes a full detailed video tutorial on how to make the pouch. Link to a private instruction video on YouTube is included within the pattern. Full-sized pattern pieces to print on your home printer.

Click here to get the Handy Bag pattern

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