forget-me-not jewelry pouch sewing pattern
Don’t forget to take it with you! This travel jewelry pouch holds all your favorite baubles. Interior pockets keep smaller items like earrings, rings, and brooches safe. The large center area is perfect for bangles, cuffs, and statement necklaces. Give a gentle tug on the two drawstrings and the pouch cinches up into a nice, tidy package that can be tucked into your suitcase or used as an adorable evening bag.
What You'll Need
44/45”-wide light- to medium-weight woven fabrics, such as quilting cotton, voile, lawn, shirting, poplin, broadcloth, and linen:
- 1 fat quarter fabric A (outside pouch and flower petals for View 1)
- 1 fat quarter fabric B (interior pockets and underside of petals for View 1)
- 1 fat quarter fabric C (drawstring casings)
1¼ yds of narrow ribbon or satin cording
3"-square scrap of fusible (or regular) batting
5" w x 2½" d (closed); 7" w x 2½" d (opened)
Average rating: (4.8 of 5) based on 4 reviewsVery easy and really lovelyReviewed by michelle on 07/28/2015I made one for my mums birthday. The instructions were very easy to follow and it came out perfectly. Mum loves it and so does my 5 yr old daughter so now I have to make one for her. I am going to make one for myself as well.Was this helpful?Extremely Cute & QuickReviewed by Rebecca on 01/09/2015I made up this project for a quick and easy Christmas gift for my SIL. Fits into a purse or bag very easily. I made view 2. I love projects that use up scraps and this did just that. As usual the instructions are clear and easy to follow. The only thing I did different was I did hand sew the drawstring openings up a bit as my drawstrings were wanting to hide into the casings at times and to lengthen the drawstring. Now I just need to get to work to making one for myself! :)Was this helpful?This is a lovely product!Reviewed by G T Warren on 01/03/2015The directions were clear and there were no mysteries. I am doing mine out of batik fat quarters. Makes a great gift!Was this helpful?forget me not pouchReviewed by Barbara Van Dyck on 12/14/2014All is good except the part where you put the string through. The bare edges show where the material is supposed to kiss. I have slipped stitched that part but it does not look good to me. The pouch does not close completely. I just love the design but I have had some trouble. Instead of two parts I am going to sew them together so the insides don't show. Man I cannot remember what to call that part the string goes through. Brain freeze lol Again I really love the jewelry pouch. I am making ten of them for christmas time. At least. I have not sewn the purse pattern yet. I am sure that will look great but I am waiting for spring.Was this helpful?
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