Bags & Pouches

The Face Mask Key Chain Case can be found under Free Projects – Service Projects. Happy Sewing!

Rag Edge Tote Bag

Enjoy making the Rag Edge Tote Bag! The rag edge gives this tote a casual vintage feel. While the exterior has a plethora of decorative seams, the interior is nice and smooth and even has the option of an added pocket. I hope you enjoy making this bag as much as I did! Difficulty level … Continue reading Rag Edge Tote Bag

Pencil Pouch

Who doesn’t love a great little clutch pouch? Here is a tutorial for a quick and easy pencil pouch. You can make two pouches with just 1/4 yard of fabric. It is also a great way to use that scrap fabric that you may have laying around the house. TWO OPTIONS: There are two tutorial … Continue reading Pencil Pouch

Zip-On Tool Caddy

For my latest project I wanted a tool bag that you could hang on the back of the chair. I find that in the Sewing classroom tools can end up all over the place, and tripping over them is not a fun experience. I decided to make a simple tote that you could zip on … Continue reading Zip-On Tool Caddy

Cell Phone Pouch

When I set out to make this project I wanted something simple. I wanted a cute, fun bag that even beginning students could make with success. For that reason, this is a bag making basics project. One zipper, one pocket, done. I had intended this project for my younger students, thinking it would appeal mostly … Continue reading Cell Phone Pouch

Round Drawstring Bag

ย I was contemplating what my next sewing project would be, I couldn’t help thinking about what is on everyone’s minds at present. Toilet paper. Yes, it is a rare and precious commodity nowadays. So! What to do… Well, if you feel the need to travel with your toilet paper so you are prepared for those … Continue reading Round Drawstring Bag

Pocket (Gift Card) Pouch

With the fabric I had left over from the Toilet Paper Drawstring bag, I wanted to make another little project. A gift card pouch seemed perfect! I had enough fabric to make the pouch in two sizes. The smaller pouch is perfect for gift cards, and the larger pouch can hold items that are a … Continue reading Pocket (Gift Card) Pouch

Classic Fanny Pack

I have been wanting to make a fanny pack for years, and I finally did! This is a classic fanny pack with a curved top flap. It’s what I always picture in my head when I think of a fanny pack. I made several different patterns before I settled on this one, and it was … Continue reading Classic Fanny Pack

Flat Fanny Pack

Here is my second fanny pack! This one is a flat version. The construction of this fanny pack is quite a bit easier than my classic fanny pack. It has a zipper window rather than a zipper on a curve. This is a great option if you are learning how to sew zippers. The difficulty … Continue reading Flat Fanny Pack

Dog Poop Waste Bag Holder

Thank you to my Grandparents for giving me the idea for this project! It was a challenge, but a lot of fun. I have to say, I never thought I would be making a tutorial that had anything to do with dog poop, but here it is ๐Ÿ™‚ I have two dogs and they always…always…do … Continue reading Dog Poop Waste Bag Holder

Super Simple Tote Bag

This project is quick and easy, a simple tote bag that is a great project for new sewers. It is also really nice for gifts! This bag is back to basics with a simple lining and fabric handle. This project doesn’t take long to make and can be easily adjusted for other sizes. The corners … Continue reading Super Simple Tote Bag

Fun Size Backpack

I absolutely LOVE this backpack! This is my favorite size backpack to take to amusement parks. At 9 x 11 inches it is smaller than regular sized backpacks, but large enough to hold a lot. I’ve stuffed this thing with water bottle, snacks, extra sweatshirt, wallet, keys, notebook, first aid kit, and more. However, it’s … Continue reading Fun Size Backpack

Flat Zipper Pouch

This is a classic zipper pouch! It is a great project to start sewing zippers if you want to learn.ย These make great pencil bags. They are also fun to fill and give as gifts. This is also a fun project to use decorative stitching on. I love adding a cute stitch to the contrasting bottom … Continue reading Flat Zipper Pouch

Water Bottle Holder

The supplies for making a water bottle holder have been sitting in my closet for quite a while, and I was excited to finally use them! I was walking through the Dollar Tree and found this super cute water bottle and thought it was just perfect for the water bottle holder that I wanted to … Continue reading Water Bottle Holder

Sew Easy Gift Bags

I am happy to share my latest project with you today! These are quick and easy drawstring gift bags. I made mine quite small, but you can easily adjust the size. These are great for scrap fabric projects and are perfect for the holidays! There are two style options available, flat or standing. The standing … Continue reading Sew Easy Gift Bags

Quilted Cosmetic Bag

Finally! A new project! I have always loved the look of quilted bags and snatched up the chance to make this one. I used this pattern to make Christmas gifts and they were a big hit ๐Ÿ™‚ I find this project matches well with my LIPGLOSS HOLDER, which works great as a zipper pull and … Continue reading Quilted Cosmetic Bag

7 thoughts on “Bags & Pouches

    • SewEvermore says:

      Thanks for contacting me! The free stocking pattern is listed under Free Patterns – Holiday & Seasonal – Christmas Stocking. There are links to several sizes above the instructional video. Hope this helps!

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