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.

8 thoughts on “Boxy Pouches

  1. 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?

  2. 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.

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