Created by: JulieKSU91
Project

Circle Zip Ear Bud Pouches

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Circle Zip Earbud Pouch from DUMD Link to website or photo http://www.dogundermydesk.com/store/patterns/circle-zip-earbud-pouch-pdf-pattern/ What are you most proud of? I love how quick these are! They are awesome for gifts! I like to make one with scraps from any bags I make people. They are designed for ear buds but work for mouth guards, money, pacifiers, anything! What advice would you give someone starting this project? You can try out Erin's free tutorial for these, BUT the paid pattern is much more detailed and user friendly! Use up those fabric scraps in your stash! Buy split rings at the hardware store, in the key making departments, or even at toy stores - usually much cheaper! Erin also has a Heart Pouch option on her website! DO NOT be afraid of the zippers! Erin makes it so easy!

You Can Make This

JulieKSU91 made Circle Zip Ear Bud Pouches with:

  • * Less than one fat quarter of two fabrics - outside and linig * One 7" or longer zipper * Thin batting * Split ring * Lobster Claws or Carabiners

Project Description

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Circle Zip Earbud Pouch from DUMD Link to website or photo http://www.dogundermydesk.com/store/patterns/circle-zip-earbud-pouch-pdf-pattern/ What are you most proud of? I love how quick these are! They are awesome for gifts! I like to make one with scraps from any bags I make people. They are designed for ear buds but work for mouth guards, money, pacifiers, anything! What advice would you give someone starting this project? You can try out Erin's free tutorial for these, BUT the paid pattern is much more detailed and user friendly! Use up those fabric scraps in your stash! Buy split rings at the hardware store, in the key making departments, or even at toy stores - usually much cheaper! Erin also has a Heart Pouch option on her website! DO NOT be afraid of the zippers! Erin makes it so easy!

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