Need an extra small coin pouch that would not take up much space? Something flat, so you can slide it into that small jacket pocket and carry anywhere? Try TRIA, the mini coin pouch - this PDF pattern has just been released. It could become your new favorite!
It's a great scrap-buster project, and it makes an excellent little handmade present or stocking stuffer! The cutest coin pouch I've ever had!
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How TRIA came to life: I needed something that would not take up much space, and something that would be simple. And was looking for something flat, so it takes up the least possible space and I can carry it anywhere attached on a key ring. And something that would enable me actually see the coins when open. So I made me this cute tiny pouch. Love it!
This cute&practical coin purse does not take up much space. It's flat, so you can easily slide it into a jacket pocket or carry anywhere attached on your key ring, or clipped on your bag.
- The TRIA Mini Coin Purse is tiny and flat, practical to carry around.
- The tab makes it easy to attach it on your key ring or clip on your bag.
- It's lined.
- It's reinforced by fusible interfacing to keep its shape.
- Easy-to-scale pattern if you want a larger size.
- Doesn't take a lot of time to complete.
- It requires little material to sew. A great scrap buster!
- Makes an excellent handmade present for your loved ones. Kids too!
What about the PDF Sewing Pattern?
While I mainly make free PDF patterns, this one is a non-free one. However, to give the pattern a great start, I'm putting it on promotion sale for now, and you can get it for less than regular price - if you want to. I'm giving it a 33%-off its regular price until December 16. Should be a win-win!
OK, so let's celebrate the new release together!
The pattern is available on Craftsy. It's a totally new, full-size printable PDF pattern with a step-by-step tutorial and lots of photos and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions. I added a few bonus hints to make sewing even easier. Feel free to check it out here:
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You don't need a lot of material to make these: a few triangular scraps of fabric, bits of soft iron-on interfacing and a short nylon-coil zipper.
The PDF Pattern includes detailed, beginner-friendly instructions with lots of step-by-step photos. Also, you'll learn how to shorten zippers and add zipper tabs and how to sew in zippers the neat way (no more pinched ends!)
Don't have a zipper foot for sewing zippers? No problem, I included a how-to for using your regular foot with zippers too!
The lining is practical, but to tell you the truth, the best thing with lining is getting that fun pop of color when you open the coin purse. Just love it!
Get Your Pattern - NOW!
If you like this mini coin pouch, feel free to check out this link to the pattern on Craftsy: