Cylindrical Pouches – A photo tutorial

Cylindrical Pouches - photo tutorial at francenadeau.com

I have made two Cylindrical Pouches recently, both gifts for my son’s birthdays. I made them with one of my sons’ old pants (beige corduroy), pieces of wool (scraps from skirts I made a long time ago) and two zippers ripped off my spouse’s old pants.

Cylindrical Pouches - photo tutorial at francenadeau.comCylindrical Pouches - photo tutorial at francenadeau.com

They were sewn with my sewing machine and by hands. The hand sewing was reserved for the zippers and the finishing touches. I like that hand sewing can become almost invisible and I particularly appreciate this quality around a zipper.

Cylindrical Pouches - photo tutorial at francenadeau.comCylindrical Pouches - photo tutorial at francenadeau.com

I took many pictures when making my Cylindrical Pouches and subsequently created a photo tutorial that includes the patterns for cutting the pieces (in actual sizes) as well as a list of the required material (all in French and in English). You can find this pdf tutorial here, on my web site. I hope it is of some use to you. Please, let me know if you make some Cylindrical Pouches. I would love to hear from you.

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6 thoughts on “Cylindrical Pouches – A photo tutorial

  1. What a clever idea – and they look great. Mind you I already do enough rooting around in my husband’s cupboards and now I’ll be eyeing up his trousers as well as his shirts!

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