Back to school supply pouch

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School is just around the corner. I wanted to share my school supply pouch idea with you today.

When my daughter Chloe was in first grade, she had a Japanese classmate, Ruby. Ruby seemed to has all the cutest things in her backpack.  Her grandma sent her a pretty pencil case, lunch bag, tiny tissue case with cute cartoon on and so on.

As a mother, I was jealous that my Chloe has a boring store bought pencil case. That night I made this supply pouch and grinned with a triumphant smile next morning. :)

 

 

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*Don’t forget to leave a whole to reverse later.

 

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Screen Shot 2014-08-17 at 3.19.07 PMAt the last, I hand stitched all the outline but, you can use sewing machine.

 

I hope you are prepared for back to school. :)

Thank you for visiting me today.

Minki

 

20 comments

  1. Nancy says:

    really cute lil pouch! I added a piping to mine.
    FYI to other readers:
    it is 2.5 cm per inch, so easy to convert any old pattern or measurement you encounter.
    Anyhoo, most rulers now come with both english and metric, one on each side.

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