Drea Foldover Pouch

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Drea Foldover Pouch Pattern


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Sewing: Drea Foldover Pouch
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Pattern Details:

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Women, Men, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to use sewing machine
  • You should already know how to sew buttons

Pattern Description:

This is a great foldover pouch to fit your essentials in. Lovely small bag out of new fabric adorably rumpled for casual - shabby chic - vintage look.
One main compartment inside.
Closes with button and loop.
This design is also very suitable for using small pieces of vintage fabrics.

It is made from heavy weight linen fabric in natural beige combined with vegan brown leather.
Fully lined with 100% cotton fabric in brown/blue/beige/mustard floral pattern called Delilah from Portobello Collection of UK Prestigious Textiles.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approximately when folded: 8.5" (22 cm) wide, 6 " (15cm) high, 2.5" (6 cm) depth
  • 8.5" (22 cm) open length


  • small piece of vegan leather for the bottom - 9.5 x 4" / 24 x 10cm
  • the same size interfacing if the leather is not rigid enough
  • exterior fabric - linen - fat quarter or 22 x 11"/ 56 x 28 cm
  • lining fabric - cotton - fat quarter or 24.5 x 11"/ 62 x 28 cm
  • fat quarter interfacing if the exterior fabric is not rigid enough
  • one faux horn button 2"/ 5cm size
  • matching thread - beige

You Will Also Need:

  • - scissors - pen/pencil for marking - ruler of some sort - sewing machine - iron & board - measuring tape - needle - pins - printer - regular printing paper

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
penelopea148878 on craftsy.com

Excellent A handy foldover pouch, quick to make  July 4, 2013

This is a great project for using up small pieces of leftover fabric. The pattern suggests leather for the bottom of the bag. I didn't have any leather, but used heavy upholstery fabric instead. I think a lovely soft leather base would be so much nicer, so next time I'll find a small piece for the project. It's a good way to spend an afternoon, as the pattern is quite easy and you could easily complete it in half a day.
I'm keeping this one, but I'll be making these little pouches as ...

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SparrowK on craftsy.com

Excellent Super Cute!  March 15, 2013

Very cute, easy to sew, and goes together quickly.

About Designer

About Designer

DelindaBoutique on craftsy.com

Hi, my name is Maria and I'm from Bulgaria. I have an arts degree, majoring in fine art. I am mainly a painter and interior decorator, but I love sewing and designing. I've been sewing as long as I can remember. As a child dresses for my dolls, later clothes for me and my sister on my mom's sewing machine. I bought my first sewing machine more than 10 years ago. Last year I add an overlocking ...

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