Posts Tagged ‘pouch’

Handmade Gift Ideas: Cosmetic Bag

A small cosmetic bag like this would be a great gift for the makeup maven on your list. Or you could use it as “wrapping” for several smaller gifts! You can see the full tutorial here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=84556.msg798373#msg798373 For more great gift ideas check out our specific gift guides or our full list of ideas. Gifts […]

Tute Tuesday: How to Make a Messenger Bag

Today’s Tute Tuesday features a full tutorial for making a messenger bag with zippered divider. kategirl provided photos of the entire process to make the project just a bit easier, too! Later in the thread, queenxxxdee shares her results from the same tutorial. It’s fun to see how fabric can change the entire feel of […]

Wear It This Weekend: Belt Pouch

Going holiday shopping but don’t want to carry a heavy purse in addition to all those shopping bags? How about putting your credit cards and cash in your belt! Stopmoshun has given us a tutorial on how to make a belt with a hidden pouch inside, perfect for just the essentials! You can see the […]

Tute Tuesday: How to sew a lined zippered pouch

Zippered pouches are one of the handiest invention on earth. They hold loose change, makeup, craft supplies, and organize our bags and even our rooms. They can be big or small, fancy or plain, but they are always useful. For some of us, though, the humble zippered pouch is a bit of mystery. How to […]

Craftster Loves IamSusie

Each year as the holidays come around, Leah and the crew like to recognize the hardworking Mod Squad with a crafty holiday gift. You may remember the awesome Mod Squad tote bags or the amazing Lusterbunny pirate scissors pendants of previous years. This year, they turned to wonderful Craftster member and FOC IamSusie.

Do Something With Your Embroidery

Having trouble figuring out what to do with that embroidery when you’re done? Craftster member dyabolica came up with a really great tutorial for how turn your embroidery into a lined, zippered pouch! Check out how clearly she breaks things down: