Wednesday, December 16, 2009

flower pouch tutorial: a translation

I love this pouch so much...because it is so easy to make and it is extremely cute! Here is what you need:

* 2 pieces of square fabrics: this one was 10"x10" (small), the other one was 20"x20" (big)

* 2
pieces of strings: 29" (small) and 35" (big) --> this can be adjusted to your own style

1. Cut the 2 contrasting fabrics into your desired squares

2. Pin all around the 2 squares together (right sides together)

3. Sew all around the two fabrics (right sides together) and leave enough gap to turn the fabrics around - for the small one I did about 1/4" all around, for the bigger one I did about 3/8" all around
4. Cut the edges to reduce bulk
5. Turn the square (right sides out) and top stitch all around (approximately 1/8")

6. Measure from the edge of the corners 3" (small) or 6" (big) and fold

7. Stitch from the end of the folded corner to the other end 5/8" (small) or 6/8" (big)
8. Put in the 2 strings and voila...your own little flower pouch...easy, right? :)


  1. When do you sleep??? I think I am going to have to try this for big sis:)

  2. This is wonderful! Who doesn't need a cute little pouch like this? Thanks for the inspiration! :-)

    I added this to my Creative Moms linky, by the way - its up every Monday so if you ever want to join in, I would be thrilled!

  3. aww this pouch is sooo cute!!!

  4. This is darling. Thank you for the tutorial.

  5. super cute and easy great bag for little gifts!

  6. Just stopping by to tell you I made several of these pouches and they really are just as adorable and easy and wonderful as you say. Thank you so much for posting tutorial. I know I'll be making more.

  7. Thanks for the fun tutorial! I think I'll be trying this as "gift wrapping" for little presents or party favours. :)

  8. Thanks for sharing, it's really cute and easy to make!

    Here's mine (the first one)

    I made it to wrap a little gift for a friend.

  9. This is adorable! Will make a cute little 'tooth fairy pouch' for my grandaughter! I was looking for something different and this is it!

    And I LOVE your blog! Glad I found it!

  10. thanks so much for this tutorial. I can't wait to make a whole bunch more..
    thanks for sharing

  11. I just made one of these for my daughter's rock collection....thanks for sharing such an easy, fun tutorial!

  12. I've just posted it in my blog!


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