Howdy ya’ll, it’s Jamie Mueller of Sunflower Quilts back with a fun new project! Today we will be making a toy pouch for those special kiddos in your life. I know my son, nieces and nephews all have their favorite toys that they want to take everywhere. Instead of throwing them all in a giant bag, this toy pouch is perfect for them to stay organized and learn how to use zippers!

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 Toy Pouch Tutorial with HeatNBond®

 Supplies:

2 Coordinating Fat Quarters

Fabric with applique image

1 yard NEW HeatNBond®Soft Stretch in Lite

1/4 yard HeatNBond® Featherlite for applique

12” coordinating zipper

 


Toy Pouch Directions:

1.       From each fat quarter, cut 2- 9” X 13” pieces. (4 pieces total)

2.       From HeatNBond® Soft Stretch in Lite (you could also use our HeatnBond Light Woven Interfacing, cut 4- 9” X 13” pieces.

3.       Using packaging instructions, fuse HeatNBond® to wrong side of 9” X 13” fabric pieces. pp-bag-5

4.       Using packaging instructions, fuse HeatNBond® featherlite to wrong side of desired applique design.

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5.       Cut out applique design.

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6.        Place applique design on RIGHT side of one outer 9” X 13” fabric piece (fabric you want for outside of pouch.  Remove paper and iron in place.

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7.       Stitch around applique design using a small zigzag stitch.

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8.       Applique design is now finished. Assemble pouch using your favorite pouch assembly technique.  Click HERE for a video on how I assembled this toy pouch.

If you make a toy pouch be sure to tag me! #sunflowerquilts #thermoweb

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