Sew a carryall snap pouch using the Mia Pouch Pattern in 3 sizes! Totally beginner-friendly: this fun and practical easy pouch pattern with a flap has a unique construction process, making it easy and quick to sew even if you're new to sewing. Check it out!
Did I mention 😊 smart construction? Little HACKS are always my favorites! Scroll down for more info.
This simple, single-pocket carryall pouch comes in 3 different sizes. Minimal and sleek, it's perfect for carrying around your basics. The small version can easily be slipped into a pocket, and the wide size can be used as a minimalistic clutch.
It only takes a small amount of fabric to make this single-pocket pouch, so it's a great pattern for using up your fabric scraps. And each one only takes about 30 minutes (or less!) to make so you can make one in every color and print!
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This is an easy pattern for a SINGLE-POCKET pouch with flap over and KAM snap fastening, perfect for small items such as cosmetics, first aid supplies, feminine products, or simply a lip balm, a pack of tissues, and your keys.
Mia Snap Pouch Pattern
- Simple single-pocket pouch with a flap - hundreds of uses!
- 3 sizes for all your needs (including clutch size)
- Space savers! They take little space in your handbag, tote or backpack.
- Optional tab, so you can easily attach a wristlet strap to use it as a minimalistic clutch
- Beginner friendly pattern + instructions
- Fully lined with no exposed seams
- KAM snap closure (no zipper sewing!)
- Unique construction will make the sewing even easier and quicker.
You can make them in sets for a great handmade gift.
The pattern is available in my new pattern shop here.
In addition to the 11-page printable pattern and separate cutting instructions, you will receive 10 pages of clear, easy to follow step by step instructions and clear photos to make these snap pouches.
Both Printable Pattern Pages AND separate Cutting Dimensions are provided. Meaning you don't necessarily need to print that thing, especially if an advanced sewer.
More about the pouch pattern:
- Beginner friendly (detailed, easy-to-follow instructions)
- 11 pattern pages plus
- 10 pages of instructions with clear photos for each step
- plus diagrams and tips to help you along the way
- Printing guide and cutting instructions.
- All measurements are given in inch and cm.
- Printable both on letter-size and A4
- Mia MIDSIZE requires a piece of fabric that’s a little bit over a fat quarter length, so a ¼ yard (20cm) piece of quilting cotton or décor weight fabric, and
- Other two sizes: a fat quarter of fabric or less.
- Less than a fat quarter of fusible fleece.
SMALL: approx. 4 ½″ wide, 4 ½″ tall, ¼” depth (11.5 x 11.5 x 0.5 cm)
MIDSIZE: approx. 6″ wide, 6″ tall, ¼” depth (15 x 15 x 0.5 cm)
WIDE: approx. 8″ wide, 4 ½″ tall, ¼” depth (20 x 11.5 x 0.5 cm)
You're on your way to creating your own easy snap pouch with this easy pattern and instructions! Make sure to save it to Pinterest for some sewing inspiration:
Ideas to Sew
And here are a few more ideas to use for Mia Small and Midsize Pouch:
- tea bag case
- earbud case
- first aid kit
- travel storage for jewelry, hair accessories
- and treasure rock pouch for kids (as all my pouch and purse patterns!)
And even a few more for Mia Wide Pouch - Mia Clutch
- your essential clutch for evening outings
- travel cosmetic pouch
- rotary cutter storage pad (mine!)
- sunglasses case
- pencil pouch
A great and handy pouch addition to your collection - make them for yourself, gift or sell them in your handmade shop!
Get this Pattern.
If you like what you see, check out this link to the pattern HERE:
Thank you for such a clean and sleek pattern. Im having blast making the small size and now Im trying out the wide version. I noticed on the patterns that you placed a grain line, however I was wondering if it matters if you’re using fusible fleece. Since the fabric is being supported, is it vital I follow the grain?
a great question. In this case nothing will go wrong if you place the pattern at 90 degree - meaning that placement of the pattern pieces on either straight grain or cross grain are both ok. Just make sure not to place it on the bias, the finished pouch could look distorted. Hope this makes sense, and - happy sewing! xoxo, damjana
Great for Cash Envelopes for Budgeting!! Love This!
That’s a great idea!