Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Boxy Pouches

After a false start, I finally got my scrappy quilted panels the right size and made not one, but two boxy pouches!

The first one is made from random scraps  with some fussy cut cameras - the pouch will be where we keep our little camera and it's accessories. I love our DSLR but sometimes it's a bit bulky to take on short trips.

Lots of my favourite fabrics in there - I will cry the day I run out of that bright yellow print!

I really love the Indian Summer fabric range, so I used some of it to make this second pouch. I used Indian Summer to make this pouch for my partner Lynda in the round 3 Sweet Pouch Swap.

I'm thinking I might make a few more of these for Easter gifts - they are a great size to stash some chocolate eggs inside.

If you want to make one of these (and I highly recommend that you give it a try!) you can check out the tutorial by Pink Stitches here.


  1. Two great boxy pouches, Ros. The camera one... love, love, love!!! I'll have to check out that tutorial...

  2. both the pouches look sooooo lovely! <3 and thanks for sharing the tutorial, i will definitely be making some :) by the way what is the finished size of the bag?

  3. Oh Ros, these are lovely! You've picked wonderful colors and I really like the camera print. Well done!

  4. Perfect pouches for digital cameras and the bits and pieces that are always hard to store. Oh and I love the camera print and how about that beautiful Indian print. Always great fab and cool sewing projects Roslyn.

  5. Man I love that camera fabric, beautiful pouches.

  6. Love the fussy cut cameras - and thanks for the tutorial link I'll definitely put these on my to-sew list :)


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