The lovely Pouch Wizard that is Aneela Hoey has released another fantastic pattern, and I had the honour of testing it for her.
Featuring 6 vinyl pockets this folder like pouch is perfect for keeping all types of supplies organised and tidy. Thanks to the vinyl pockets everything is clear to see once you open it up, saving unnecessary searching through pouches. I can’t be the only one guilty of putting something somewhere and forgetting where it was!?
I used fabric from Gracey Larson’s newest beautiful collection Play Outside for Riley Blake Designs.
The flip pockets remind me of a photo album, which makes me think I really need to sort and organise my photos, they’re all stashed away in those envelopes you get and it seems such a shame!
I really enjoyed making this. The skill level has been set for intermediate and I found it a fun challenge. For my first attempt it’s certainly not perfect (please don’t look too closely) but I am keen to make another; so it hasn’t totally put me off! You could really have fun with fabric combinations and fussy cutting. Now to fill it with supplies!
The pattern is available now and you can purchase it here.
3 thoughts on “Flip Pocket Folio”
This looks really useful and it truly is reminiscent of a photo album. x
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Ooh that looks awesome! I think it would work really well for storing and organising craft supplies such as stickers and embroidery threads 💛