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Evita Phone Wristlet Pouches and Pencil Case FREE PDF Pattern

Posted by iThinksew on 05/25/2020 5:13 AM

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The Evita Phone Wristlet Pouches and Pencil Case is an adorable fun project that includes three different patterns for the price of one. Both patterns are suited for beginner sewers & allows for a fun yet charming project! The pouch can also be used as a case for sunglasses allowing it to be a versatile in purpose but with style. A convenient little pouch with a wristlet strap that allows you to carry your belongings with ease! Because of its practical design it can have multiple purposes from a phone pouch to a pencil case. Start the Evita Phone Wristlet Pouches and Pencil Case!

FINISHED SIZE
3 3/4” WIDE POUCH: 3 3/4” WIDTH X 7 1/2” HEIGHT X 1 1/4” DEPTH (APPROX.)
3” WIDE POUCH: 3” WIDTH X 7 1/2” HEIGHT X 1 1/4” DEPTH (APPROX.)
PENCIL CASE: 1 1/2” WIDTH X 7” HEIGHT X 1 1/4” DEPTH (APPROX.)

MATERIAL LIST
FABRIC
44” wide heavyweight home decorator or quilting weight cotton
(1) Fat quarter for exterior fabric
(1) Fat quarter for lining
OTHERS
(1) 8” Length, #5 zipper for pouch and pencil case
(1) Spool of coordinating thread
INTERFACING
(1) Fat quarter of 44” wide right weight fusible interfacing

TOOL LIST
Ruler, Scissors, Chalk pencil, Pencil, Sewing machine, Pins, Needle, Shape tool, Serger (Optional)

* All units are inches.
* 3/8” Seam allowance included for the pouch, pencil case pattern.

CUTTING LIST
EXTERIOR
(1) 8 1/4” Width X 9 1/4” Height Panel 3” Wide Phone Pouch or (1) 10” Width X 9 1/4” Height Panel 3 3/4” Wide Phone Pouch Or (1) 5 1/4” Width X 9 1/4” Height Panel for Pencil case (2) 1 ½” X 3” Zipper End Pieces
(1) 2” Width x 12” Height for Wristlet Pouch Holder or 2” X 3” for Pencil case Holder
INTERIOR
(1) 8 1/4” Width X 9 1/4” Height Panel 3” Wide Phone Pouch or (1) 10” Width X 9 1/4” Height Panel 3 3/4” Wide Phone Pouch
(1) 5 1/4” Width X 9 1/4” Height Panel for Pencil case
INTERFACING
(1) 7 1/2” Width X 8 1/2” Height Panel 3” Wide Phone Pouch or (1) 9 1/4” Width X 8 1/2” Height Panel 3 3/4” Wide Phone Pouch Or (1) 4 1/2” Width X 8 1/2” Height Panel for Pencil case
OTHER
(1) 8” Length, #5 Zipper

Assemble the Zipper

1) Attach the zipper ends. Check out how to attach the zipper ends.

2) Pin and stitch the assembled zipper onto the 9 1/4” long side exterior panel with right sides together. Backstitch on both ends.

3) Pin and stitch the lining panel onto the wrong side of the assembled zipper panel. Backstitch on both ends. The right side of the exterior panel and lining panel will be facing towards each other.

4) Turn the panels right side out. Press the top opening of the pouch and Topstitch 1/8" away from the sewn edge.

5) Place the bottom edge of the exterior to the top edge of the zipper with right sides together. Sew the zipper to the exterior panel using a zipper foot, Backstitch on both ends.

6) Place the bottom end of the lining to the top edge of the zipper with lining right sides together. Sew the zipper to the lining panel using a zipper foot, Backstitch on both ends.

7) Turn the pouch right side out. Press the opening of the pouch. Topstitch 1/8" away from the sewn edge using the zipper opening of the pouch.

Attach the Holder

1) Fold and press each longer side of the holder in half towards the center with wrong sides together.

2) Fold the holder in half again. Pin and topstitch both sides 1/8” from the edge. Turn the pouch exterior side out.

3) Fold the loop in half. Center the raw end of the loop on the end of the zipper end. Pin and baste in place.

Finish the Pouch

1) Turn the pouch exterior side out. Sew both ends of the pouch, backstitching on all ends.

2) Overlock or zigzag stitch on the stitched seams.

3) Press the side of the pouch to form two triangular seams, and draw a 1” length sewing line. (1 1/4” for the pencil case) Pin and stitch the sewing line.

4) Add a 1/4” seam to the sewing line and cut. Overlock or zigzag stitch on the stitched seams. Turn the pouch right side out.

5) Pinch each front side top corner, then fold the top side and front side of the pouch with the lining side together. Topstitch the pouch 1/8” away from folded line, leaving 3/8” away from both ends. (Optional) It will structure the fold. Repeat this process for the back. See the picture below.

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