Sew: Monogrammed polka dot pouches
A custom order for a young girl’s birthday party favors.
Each pouch is lined in navy blue to match the monogram:
One for each of her girly friends.
Here’s how I made the pouches:
1. Cut fabrics:
1 – exterior polka dots 10″ x 14″
1 – fusible med. weight interfacing 10″ x 14″
2 – lining 10″ x 7″
1 – 9″ zipper
ribbon for zipper pull
scrap lining pieces for monogram
2. Iron fusible interfacing to wrong side of fabric.
Pin letter in place.
(For a complete tutorial on how-to make the letters click here.)
3. Zig zag stitch around letter:
4. Next sew in the zipper between the lining and exterior on both ends.
The whole process can be seen in my post here.
Then sew up the side seams, miter the corners and turn right side out:
5. Press lining raw edge in 1/2″ and top stitch closed.
6. Push lining down into pouch and press all smooth.
Finally add ribbon to zipper pull, be sure to fray chek the cut ends:
Ready for giving, they make the perfect party favor:
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