You’re going to love today’s guest–it’s Adrienne from Free Time Frolics. Adrienne is such a sweetheart–she’s another Idaho blogger, and she’s opened her home for blogging meetings several times now and is a fabulous hostess. She’s also a pattern designer (her patterns are under the name Cosette’s Closet), a great cook, and an amazing seamstress.
It seems like you always need a little pouch to wrangle all the little things floating in your purse, your makeup, or the hundreds of other little things around the house, so this project is perfect for all those little times you need a little pouch. They’re also great for giving small gifts in! So with that, let’s see what Adrienne is sharing with us!
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Hello Everyone.  I am Adrienne and I blog over at Free Time Frolics. I share sewing tutorials, recipes and free printables.  I am super excited to be here at Mabey She Made it while Lisa is soaking up that new baby smell!  Have you seen her little Maya! A little tiny piece of heaven!
 Today I am sharing a simple Zipper Pouch you can make in 30 minutes or less.
I started with grocery bag fabric I purchased at Joann’s. It comes in lots of colors and prints.  It is about $3 a yard and comes 60 wide.  I made these super cute Easter totes with the same fabric in March! This fabric is easy to use, doesn’t fray and water just wipes away.  Perfect fabric for this easy pouch!
I am a super visual person so I added a picture and instructions for each step.  In the final steps just make sure you don’t sew your zipper closed. You won’t be able to open and flip your pouch!  And using seam ripper on this grocery bag fabric is yucky! Also you need a 14 inch zipper for this tutorial. A 9 inch will be a bit tough to sew with.
 Start by cutting your fabric.
I love these little pouches. I keep them in my purse with girly stuff, cars for my son or snacks.  I have also used them as a gift pouch for some of my young women.  They are perfect!
If you like this post check out my blog, http://www.freetimefrolics.com for more tutorials, recipes and  free printables’.
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Dee Williamson
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Dee Williamson

I love this! I think it’ll be easy enough for me to attempt. Say, naptime? Haha! Thanks for sharing!

Katie
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These are beautiful! you make it look so easy too, can’t wait to try it myself. I would love it if you linked this up to my Motivate Me Monday linky party at IT’S A ginger SNAP.