Hi there Jenifer here with you today with my project for Let’s Travel Week.

I created this 3 zippered accessory pouch with some beautiful fabrics from Cori Dantini called “For the Love of Bees”.  The gray fabric on the outside is one of my all-time favorite prints so my stash is down to just a few scraps. This pouch is the perfect way for me to take my sewing goodies along for when we road trip or travel.

Fabric Accessories Pouch with HeatnBond Iron-On Vinyl


HeatNBond Iron-On Vinyl

HeatNBond Fusible Fleece

Fabric – Cori Dantini called “For the Love of Bees”

Pattern from book Stitched Sewing Organizers from Annalea Hooey

Zippers, vinyl, thread, Snap

Link for a free pattern for a carry-along sewing case. 

Let’s Get Sewing this Accessories Pouch

I used a pattern from a purchased book and followed the instructions as written for the pattern. See additional free pattern offered for another style that you can sew using HeatnBond Fusible Fleece and HeatnBond Feather Weight Interfacing.

The only change I made was adhering the HeatNBond Vinyl to the front fabric.  I also have a hard time sewing the binding on by machine so I did it by hand to save the vinyl on the front side.

I used one of the panel fabrics for the inside.  This was a great way to use up some of those beautiful panel pieces.

This accessories pouch honestly holds quite a bit of stuff.  I have decided to use this for sewing necessities when traveling but you could use it for anything jewelry, crafting, and small toys, etc.

Here is a picture from the back with it loaded with goodies.  It was so fun to make and I see a few more in my future.

Need a travel journal to take along? Don’t miss my fabric travel journal tutorial here!

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