Plumbago Organizer Pouch - PDF Sewing Pattern
The Plumbago Organizer Pouch has so many useful possibilities! As you can see by the tester photos, it can be a sewing notion organizer, a craft/art supply pouch or even a first aid kit!
On the outside of the pouch is one zippered compartment with 2 mesh/clear vinyl pockets at the back and elastic loops to hold the items of your choosing. Elastic placement suggestions are provided for pens/markers but you can customize them to suit your needs.
Inside the pouch are 3 additional mesh/clear vinyl pockets, 1 zippered pocket as well as 1 large zipper compartment that acts as a divider for the interior of the pouch.
There is a metal frame within the bag that helps it stay open wide when unzipped.
Feel free to customize this bag further by adding an extra zipper compartment on the back exterior or more mesh pockets inside, under the zipper pocket!
Included in this pattern:
- a cutting chart
- pattern pieces for most pieces minus smaller rectangular pieces
- a free video tutorial (see link to the video below)
- SVG cutting files (NOTE: You must log in to your account and download these files from your order)
Exterior fabric:1/2 yard Exterior 1 (44” W)
1/4 yard Exterior 2 (44” W)
2/3 yard Lining fabric (44” W)
22” W x 4 1/2” H Mesh or clear vinyl
Interfacing:1 1/4 yard Fusible woven interfacing (45” W)
8 1/4” W x 3 3/4” H Firm Sew-In Interfacing (ex: Peltex)
1/2 yard Fusible Fleece (ex: Pellon Thermolam) (45” W)
6 1/4” W x 5” H Decovil Light
Notions and Supplies:(1) set of rectangle shaped wire frames (approximate length: 8 1/2” X 2 1/4”) with 45 degree angles.***
(1) 15” zipper tape for main closure (#5, #4.5)
(1) 16” double pull zipper tape for exterior pocket (#5, #4.5)
(1) 11” zipper or zipper tape for interior divider pocket
(1) 9” zipper or 11” zipper tape for interior zipper pocket (#3)
20” of 1//2” wide elastic
(1) metal zipper end
OPTIONAL: 6” of 1” wide webbing for the handle
Other: Fabric glue (ex: Fabri-tac)
MEASUREMENTS: 8 1/2” W x 7 3/4” H x 4” D
SEWING EXPERIENCE: This pattern is best suited to an intermediate bag maker but confident beginners could probably manage while following along with the video tutorial. It will probably take between 4-6 hours to make this bag.