Australian Homespun

Mobile and Savvy Pouch


• 35cm ( 3/8yd) aqua print fabric (outer bag and slip pocket)

• Fat quarter dark blue print fabric (lining and zipper tabs)

• 40cm ( 1/2yd) mustard print fabric (slip pocket lining, zipper pocket, strap and strap connectors)

• Two swivel hooks, 4cm (1 1/2in) long

• 70cm ( 3/4yd) light/medium-weight fusible interfacing (such as Pellon Shapeflex SF101 or Legacy Shapeflex L-SF101)

• Fat quarter foam interfacing (such as By Annie’s Soft and Stable Foam Interfacing) or fusible fleece (such as Pellon Thermolam 971F or Vilene H640)

• Two D rings and one slider, 20mm ( 3/4in) wide

• One aqua dress zipper, 25cm (10in) long (pouch closure)

• One aqua dress zipper, 18cm (7in) long (zippered pocket)

• Decorative label (optional)

• Threads to match the bag fabrics

• Fabric glue

• Sewing machine with standard and zipper feet

• Rotary cutter, ruler and mat

• General sewing supplies

Finished size:

20cm high x 23cm wide x 1.3cm deep (8in x 9in x 1/2in)

Note: Read all the instructions before starting the project. Requirements are based on fabric 107cm (42in) wide and fusible interfacing and foam/ fleece 100cm (40in) wide. Use1/2in seams throughout, unless otherwise stated. Instructions are given for using the printed Pattern Sheet in the magazine, but you can also download the digital patterns from print them out.


1 Trace the shapes for each part of the bag from the Pattern Sheet on to paper. Label each one and then cut them

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