I just finished a fast and easy sewing project that will be so useful!
It’s a beautiful pouch that can be used at work, home, and even better – sewing expos and conventions.
There are 3 pockets, a vinyl pocket to hold your ID or something else about 3’’x4’’, a handy zippered pocket below that for cash, coins, or maybe a small set of keys…
And a mesh pocket on the back that’s perfect for your phone (or maybe a small notebook and pen).
It’s so versatile – I love that too.
Sometimes I sew up and show projects from other websites. This is one of those projects.
The Call Me pattern is free from one of my favorite pattern designers, Annie of ByAnnie. You can get it here.
You will need to add the pattern to your shopping cart, but you can checkout without payment because the pattern is free. It will then be added to your ByAnnie account.
My Call Me bag was even faster to sew because I used quilted pieces that were leftover after I sewed the Divide and Conquer Bag (also designed by Annie).
If you love the fabrics in these projects, I’m so glad because I curated them with QT Fabrics last year, but I’m also sorry to tell you that they are pretty much unavailable. But I’m sure you have a favorite fabric collection that will look amazing on this project:)
Another great thing about Annie’s patterns is her fabulous add-on videos. Even though the Call Me pattern isn’t that hard, there are free add-on videos too in case you want to see just how an expert does the tricky parts.
I was grateful for the add-on video about sewing fold over elastic to mesh. It saved me!
If you decide to sew a Call Me pouch, you might find that my ‘Tips For Sewing on Vinyl’ and my video for ‘How to Make 3 Yards of Bias Binding from a Fat Quarter’ come in handy.
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