Thursday, October 12, 2017

The Organizer Pouch

I made myself one of my own Organizer Pouches in a batik print. You can get the pattern on Craftsy here. 2 zippers are on one side of the pouch.

1 zipper on the other side of the pouch.

Has an optional wrist strap.

The main part of the bag has a small zippered pocket too.

One of my testers made a boxed corner version, so I decided to make one too to try. But I discovered that you need to shorten some of the pockets in order to do this version. (I included this version at the end of the pattern instructions). Boxing the corners gives this a totally different look.

I am using this one as my camera bag. I can keep my camera in the main compartment and the cord in one pocket, batteries and memory cards in another pocket and I even have a small table top tripod that fits too.

I like this typewriter keys batik fabric.

Inside the bag.
Linking this to Elm Street Quilts Bag It 2017.
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  1. Oh wow - you are the QUEEN of doing those insert/inset (??) zippers - I have GOT to try them! These bags are great - the batik is sweet and that typewriter key fabric is a blast from the past - I learned to type on a manual typewriter over 40 years ago in Grade 9 - it would have been '75 ... omg, LOL. Does anyone else remember the thrill of going from a manual to an electric (IBM Selectric)? Good times - good times! *stares off into space on a journey back in time :D * Oh yes - back to the bags - love all the zippered pockets - SO useful (and safe for the contents)!

  2. I love these pouches they look so handy and the typewriter fabric is adorable. Very functional and fun to use, the best combination.

  3. really useful pouch! and I love the fabrics you use here.

  4. That is such a lovely bag. Thanks for sharing and linking up in Elm Street Quilts Bag It.

  5. There's nothing like a good pouch! I love both of your versions.

  6. Love all the zippers!!! Just fabulous!


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