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FREE #60 Kiddie Pouch PDF Pattern


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Pattern Details

The Kiddie Pouch is named for its small size and cute potbelly design, and is loved, not only by children, but by adults as well. The zipper closing makes this pouch extremely child-friendly, as no amount of swinging or throwing will allow the items to fall out of the pouch. The interesting thing about the design of this pouch is that it matches well with all different kinds of fabric patterns; it is mainly this- the choice of fabric- that gives each pouch its own unique feel. The Kiddie Pouch is ideal for use as a coin purse, but may be used in other, more creative ways as well. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4 WIDTH X 3 1/2 HEIGHT

Recommended with this pattern

  • FABRIC 44 wide heavyweight home decorator OR quilting weight cotton (1/8) Yard for exterior fabric (1/8) Yard for solid fabric (1/8) Yard for lining
  • INTERFACING (Optional) (1/8) Yard of 44 wide medium weight fusible interfacing
  • TOOL LIST Ruler, Scissors, Chalk pencil, Pencil, Sewing machine, Pins, Needle, Shape tool

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Sue Kim has been designing sought-after creative sewing patterns for many years. She lives in Korea, with her three lovely children and husband. Sue shares her patterns and creativity on her popular website, She started sewing when she was ten years old and has always had a passion for crafts. She earned a master’s degree in ancient Asian theater. However, she kept sewing and designing as a hobby until, luckily, she was asked to be a sewing instructor at a Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft store. That expanded into requests to teach in several quilt shops. The quilt shop owners also encouraged her to start her own pattern business. Her first patterns were for small bags and clutches, and eventually she was asked to make a pattern book of bags and clutches. Many of the patterns Sue sells are downloadable PDF patterns. She has completed several books of patterns and has become an independent pattern designer, writing for several publishers and pattern companies. Sue has countless ideas; her sketchbook is never empty Publications