February 18 ~ FQ Project of the Day

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Box Bag
Little Boxy Pouch by Penny, three bears

Penny has a tutorial for her easy, cute boxy pouch. You’ll want to make a ton of these!

Other box bags we love. For related tutorials (and different looks) try here, here, here and here.

Share your box pouch/boxy bag/zippered bag links in the comments below, or point us to related tutorials and inspiration.

Have some fun with Fat Quarters! We’re giving away fat quarter packs all month long. Comment anytime this week to win one of 8 fat quarter packs (6 fat quarters per pack). This week’s FQ giveaway pack prints are predominantly… Pink!

Add pictures of your fat quarter projects to our Sew,Mama,Sew! photo pool. Share your stash photos in our Fabric Stash & Storage pool.

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237 Responses to February 18 ~ FQ Project of the Day

  1. emma says:

    im so glad i found this site i have just bought 3 new fat quaters of amazing fabric and was wondering what to do with it :)

  2. Eprsy says:

    I just finished making one of these bags. Very cute and very easy.

  3. Stephanie says:

    I really like the shape of this pouch, it is change for the one we are used to see :)
    I can’t wait to try to do one!!

  4. Tonje says:

    What a cute little box bag. I think I will have to try it out myself.

  5. Danielle D says:

    i love the yellow bird fabric in one of the links.
    still hoping i’ll win the pink FQs this week. (and i’m still pouting about not getting the blue last week. haha)

  6. Becky Ray says:

    This bag is so cute! I’m thinking of adding a small strap to one end and a zipper tab at the other to help zip and unzip. thanks!

  7. sm00bs says:

    I love these little boxy bags. I have material lined up for some already! :)

  8. Becky Warner says:

    Fat quarters are my weakness!!! And I am SO going to make some of those cute little pouches. Thanks for the tute.

  9. susan says:

    you can never have too many little pouches…sewing, toys, make-up…the possibilities are endless. thanks for the link to a great tut!

  10. I think one can never have too many “bags” of many sizes.. fabric either, but that’s another story. I bought all my things. I’m staring at them. I must make one. I’m off to the tutorials now.. need someone to hold my hand that cuts, maybe.. *giggle*

  11. Carrie says:

    would diapers and wipes fit in this one??

  12. Jennifer says:

    As if the bag weren’t cute enough…the tree fabric is perfect!

  13. Christy says:

    Thanks for these tutorials! I’m loving all of these projects that I can make without yards & yards of fabric. I’m just starting out & I don’t have much stash or much money but I can try these projects out now. Thanks!

  14. Emma O. says:

    Great tutorial! I am enjoying FQ month!!!

  15. Jane R says:

    Pink, my favorite color and just makes me so happy!! thanks for the chance!

  16. Anna says:

    That pouch is super cute – and the tutorial even makes zippers seem easy – you mean I can just trim off the ends? Aha!

  17. Michelle says:

    I just bought my very first fat quarter yesterday, I feel happy to know so much more about them after all these great blog posts. :-) now I’d love to win a pack!!!

  18. Stacey says:

    Cute bag, can’t wait to make one. Thanks :)

  19. Jenny says:

    i am SO loving fat quarter month…but i think i need more fat quarters….hmmmm what to do what to dooooo

  20. esther says:

    aw i have the perfect fabric for this project. it’s super cute!

  21. Beth G. says:

    Cute cute cute bags!!!!!

  22. Crystal says:

    Thanks for the bag info! I’m totally going to try it out ^_^

  23. Betsy M says:

    This is going to be my answer to clippies and pony tails for three little girls. THANKS!

  24. Megan says:

    wow thanks for posting this. I’ve done one but it didn’t turn out well. Now I can try again with a better method.

  25. Cynthia says:

    What a cute project! I’m going to have to give this one a try.

  26. shellie says:

    HOORAY for giveaways!

    Count me in!

    :)S

  27. Heather B says:

    Great gift idea for all my little girls friends – I’m always amazed how the little ones love bags!

  28. Jessica says:

    I love this tutorial! this post reminds me that i keep meaning to try it out.

  29. Veronica says:

    What a cute bag! I’ve been wanting to learn how to make a boxy bag. This is perfect. Thanks!

  30. adrienne says:

    The carry all box bags would be great out of oilcloth, too. I love the tip that they could be good handmade gifts for a guy. =]

  31. Amy says:

    Last Christmas I made wristlets and keychains for all the teenage girls on our Christmas list. I am thinking that these will be great for this year with some lip gloss inside. Thanks for the great tutorial.

  32. Kathy Marsh says:

    Those little bags are wonderful. Thanks so much for the link.

  33. Zegi says:

    LLLLLOOOOOVVVVEEEE the bag. It is super-cute. I wish I had seen it in time for Christmas – it would have been the perfect catch-all aunt gift.

  34. Katie says:

    This is so great! And incredibly useful! I’m looking forward to checking out the tute!

  35. Miya says:

    I love this fabric… Am so excited that she has a link in the how to (for where she got it!) YAY!

  36. Ramona says:

    I love this little bag. What a great gift idea.

  37. Dee says:

    I LOVE your site and I am always looking for great projects to make with fqs. You always have something new and exciting. Now if I could just find the time to make up all of these projects!!

  38. amanda says:

    This is a great project. Fat quarters month is a great idea! So many cute, quick, fun projects.

  39. Annie says:

    I love it! I went out and bought a bunch of FQ last night so that I can attempt a few of these. Also thinking about adding a lining and altering the pattern into a pencil case. Thanks for the inspiration!

  40. Noelia says:

    Im loving all the fun fabrics you have in your country! Also the amazing projects!

  41. Stine says:

    I made one today and it’a already full of stuff – will need to make more, more, more…

  42. Rosy says:

    Pink would be great for all of the project ideas I’ve been getting!

  43. Rose in Arizona says:

    Wow, got lost in the tutorials. They are totally wonderful. Must think about locating the old zipper foot. Thanks.

  44. Rebecca says:

    I love this little project, and I just love little pouchy things for putting things in!

  45. I am enjoying all the great tutorials this month! I’ve been bookmarking them and can’t wait to try some of them out!

  46. Lizzie says:

    I’m loving all of these ideas for using fat quarters. Such fun!

  47. craftytammie says:

    i love the fabric she used for this one! so cute!

  48. Absolutely adorable! Love those trees- the fabric is fabulous.

  49. Pam says:

    This is great. I can see doing this in a little boy print and filling with cars and dinos for a small toy bag on the run.

  50. April says:

    Very cute! That would be great for a makeup bag. FQ go on sale at my Joann’s next weekend…. so I will be getting some…especially now that I have so many ideas on how to use them. :)

  51. Jen says:

    This looks great! Can’t wait to try it out.

  52. Serena says:

    Oh, I love box bags! What great inspiration and tutorials!

  53. Tam says:

    Cute fabric.

  54. sonja says:

    These are wonderful to give as little gifts..just love them…

  55. Skulleigh says:

    Hmm, I think I could do this. Maybe it’s finally time to cut into that woodland fabric I so adore.

  56. Amy says:

    Oh goodness! I just love your website and blog. The projects are so inspiring. The fabric is- intoxicating. Yes, I just said that and I mean it.

  57. Heidi says:

    This is also an awesome tutorial:
    http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=289785.0

    I love boxy pouches.

  58. cori w says:

    love this article! i finished my box bag that i started earlier this week!

  59. TY says:

    Predominantly pink fat quarters! ~♥

  60. Barbara says:

    I love these little bags, I will have to try this tutorial.

  61. Colleen says:

    What a great idea! I love how versatile the design can be: longer, skinnier, wider, higher, accommodating anything from paintbrushes to toiletries (in separate ones, of course). Thanks for the continued inspiration!

  62. Jennifer says:

    This is just way too cute!!!!

  63. loveaphid says:

    OOOwee Pink Fat Quarters… Please pick me. I love me some pink fabric.

  64. Liz says:

    but i want to make it out of That fabric! love the trees!

  65. Jamie says:

    Would love to win some fat quarters to help my small adiction!

  66. Michelle Lyn says:

    oops typo it’d be perfect :o)

  67. Hannah says:

    the Jo-Ann’s fabric stores in my area have fat quarters on sale for $1!!!!!!! I stocked up today!

  68. Michelle Lyn says:

    oh I like this little bag… I’d be perfect for travel

  69. Kate M. says:

    The boxed look is so smart and tidy.

  70. Fat quarter month is such a great idea! I am coming away every day with little projects to use up my stash. Many of the items are great ideas for gifts. I love giving homemade gifts. These ideas are inspiring! Thanks for doing all the work to find tutorials, or make them. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

  71. amanda says:

    Awesome post!! I am loving this FQ month…whomever thought of this is a genius.

  72. Sarah says:

    Gorgeous! And here I thought everyone would have to get aprons for Christmas! I’m getting so many wonderful fat quarter sized ideas! Thank you!

  73. suzi says:

    Wow! I never realized how much you could do with fat quarters. This bag would be great in masculine fabric as a travel bag for shaving supplies and deoderant,etc.

  74. Jane says:

    i love having lots of small pieces- they’re so versatile.

  75. Viv says:

    Nice! Just what I needed too. I have to make a couple of small zippered pouches for a swap :-)

  76. Melody says:

    That is really cute!! I’m going to have to make one, or three, or more ;)

  77. Liz says:

    Love this!! Thanks so much for the great idea.

  78. Erica-Jane says:

    That is so cute! Loving the little trees

  79. Corvus says:

    So cute for organization! Made stiff enough and full of stuff, I imagine they would stack quite nicely.

  80. Madeleine CHaffee says:

    Mmmmmmmmmm fat quaters!!! What fun!
    This bag is so cute, oh the things you could put in it!

  81. Stacy says:

    I definately need to make a few of these!

  82. Ms. Cleaver says:

    ohh. I bought some FQs this weekend and this might just be the thing for them!

  83. Beth says:

    That bag is so cute!

  84. Ashley says:

    Aw, thanks for the link, y’all! I’m flattered :)

  85. kirsten says:

    i’m loving these tuts!

  86. Johanna says:

    Wow, just a fat quarter for that super cute box bag? I will have to go through my fabric stash to find something just right tonight!

  87. Devon says:

    I just love the fat quarter month, I am getting so many great ideas.
    This bag is adorable.

  88. alisha says:

    This looks like the perfect size for a little make-up bag. My gift ideas for Christmas is growing a lot this month!

  89. Grand dad says:

    Pink FQ’s would be wonderful made up into these nice boxy pouches.

  90. LisaC says:

    cute!!! I love this project.

  91. Kara says:

    These are really cute, and I love that you can make them with just a fat quarter!

  92. donette says:

    I can’t keep up with all the projects I want to do! I am loving this month!

  93. Sara says:

    I never would have thought of this! I love Sew, Mama, Sew and all the inspiration the contributors bring!

  94. Emily says:

    Love this – thanks for posting the tutorial!

  95. Mary says:

    These are so cute and look really useful too!

  96. julia says:

    fantastic! what a handy little thing!! I love boxed corners!

  97. Jennifer says:

    I love little boxy bags.
    And projects that only take fat quarters!
    fun!

  98. Jayme says:

    This bag is adorable and looks so easy! I love FQs!

  99. Christy says:

    that is so cute! I’m loving FQ month! Hope you keep these great ideas coming.

  100. Steph says:

    These are great! They would also be nice in oilcloth for a wipe-clean cosmetic bag.

  101. amy says:

    I love these!

  102. jennydee says:

    This is so cute and I love the tutorial on the
    fq boxy bags! Put mein the drawing!

  103. Valerie says:

    I love this, definitely on my list of things to make.

  104. Eva says:

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now, and I love your ideas. These box bags will be great for our 4 kids on our camping vacation this summer.
    And my daughter & I really love pink.

  105. Amy Hachem says:

    I am just LOVING fat quarter month! I haven’t had much time to sew lately, due to sick kids, so i enjoy coming to Sew, Mama, Sew! for creative inspiration for later on down the road :) … And i just have to add that any fabric with tiny trees on it is totally ME :)

  106. Bloom says:

    Thank you for the links. I’ve been wondering how to make one of these little treasures!

  107. Ang says:

    Fantastic…I love all these little fat quarter projects!

  108. Deb says:

    I am loving learning all about fat quarters. I have yet to buy any. Our local shop is having a BUY 15 and get 15 free…this must be a good deal? I love the little bag pictured. It does seem you can do so much with fat quarters!

  109. Oh that would be perfect as a pencil case for uni. I am definately going to try this out.

  110. Kimberly says:

    I have made a few of these, I really like them!

  111. Kim says:

    that is the CUTEST little bag!! Not like I need more bags for any reason other than that they’re fun and, well, cute.

  112. Susan Jonsson says:

    I am loving these fat quarter ideas…..some of your most motivating projects yet…..and wouldn’t I love to try them in Pink!

    susan

  113. Gail says:

    I made a box bag this weekend – I have picture here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/8890199@N08/3283167399/

    There are other angles in my flickr account. This was a practice bag before I use “nice” fabric to make one a friend has commissioned. My very first one was a complete disaster.

  114. Sara D. says:

    This would make so many great gifts! A knitting accessory bag, a travel toy bag for baby, and on and on!

  115. Lisa says:

    This is adorable. Love the tree fabric, too.

  116. Janet says:

    I love the fat quarter projects so far… However, this one is the best. Pink is my favourite colour!!

  117. Violet says:

    I kick myself every time I see this fabric. I never got around to getting any for myself!
    Very cool bag though.
    -violet

  118. carrie says:

    Love that box. Looks way cute!

  119. So cute! I love the adorable shape. I have to add this one on my project to do list!

  120. Emily S says:

    Ooooo, i’ve never made a type like this before – can’t wait to try!

  121. Sarah says:

    There is a great tutorial for a wristlet at my friend jody’s site:
    http://javajem.blogspot.com/2008/02/wristlet-tutorial.html

  122. Tiffanie says:

    I love all of the fat quarter tutorials. It has given me many new inspriations to get my sewing machine out and play. I was just curious if you had one planned for an eyeglasses case. I would really love to find one that is more masculine. Maybe for future christmas gifts for those eyeglass wearers in the family. Thanks Much.

  123. Dani says:

    This is just so darned cute. I need a new notions bag for my knitting stuff and this looks like the ticket

  124. Mary Ann M says:

    I really like the shape of this bag. I’m going to make a few as little ‘thank you’ gifts.

  125. Toby says:

    oooh….I’m thinking I just may have next year’s teach gifts now picked out!!!

  126. Debra says:

    Great bag and super cute fabric!

  127. Betsy says:

    Very inspiring!

  128. Libby says:

    I’ve always wanted to make one of these, maybe someday.

  129. Valerie says:

    This is so cute – I’m thinking a bunch of them stuffed with candy and trinkets would make great goodie bags for my daughter’s birthday party…

  130. Charissa says:

    These bags are so cute! Good to keep in mind for b-day gifts!

  131. Lisa says:

    I’ve actually made this little pouch, so easy and FABULOUS! I am loving all of the FQ projects! Thanks so much!

  132. Amber says:

    These are so cute! What a great tutorial – thanks!

  133. Bethany says:

    I am loving these fat quarter ideas!

  134. Kaye says:

    Very cute pouches. I am afraid of zippers but might give this a try.

  135. okay you guy’s…you make sewing a zipper look really easy. I don’t have that much confidence.

  136. lisap says:

    Pink-come to me. I am your Mother Ship. Bless SMS for all the generousity!

  137. Linda says:

    I have enjoyed this month of fat quarter ideas. Thanks! I like pink!!!

  138. Lola Jo says:

    My kids would love to stuff that pouch with all of their little toys! Maybe I’ll give that tutorial a try….

  139. Jen says:

    This project is right up my alley!!!! I have really enjoyed all these fat quarter projects! Thanks so much!

  140. Annie Thomas says:

    I would love to make one of that boxy bag! must have that same fabric print too…it’s just perfect!

  141. Harley says:

    I just love this little boxy pouch. It’s so cute, and I love that it stands up on its own.

  142. Mary on Lake Pulaski says:

    This box bag pattern is one of my favorite fat quarter patterns so far. There are so many uses for this type of bag.

  143. Manouchka says:

    great bag idea!
    I cant get enough of fat quarters!

  144. Southern Gal says:

    I need one of these for my make up.

  145. Christina says:

    I am loving all the tutorials this month – and this is a GREAT one. THANKS!!!

  146. Terri says:

    Nice pouch! I envision using all types of fabric from plain cotton to canvas.

  147. Amy says:

    This tutorial is perfect timing. It seems everytime I need the perfect project, there is a post on here that meets my needs.

  148. Christina W says:

    oo, what a fun way to practice putting in a zipper!

  149. Bethany says:

    Why is it that tutorials are posted at just the right moment? Amazing! I love this bag, tutorial, and especially the fabric!

  150. Kelli says:

    I so could have used this tute yesterday! I was making a birthday gift from a friend and used a fat quarter to make a little zipper bag and tissue holder for her to keep in her purse…well, next time I’ll have the complete gift–purse, zipper bag, tissue holder and boxy bag all from fat quarters!

  151. Heather says:

    I definitely want to make one of these little pouches:)

  152. tracy says:

    Ohhhhh! Pink! Perfect for my little girl who will arrive in early June! Thank you!

  153. Megan says:

    I LOVE the box bag! I made a few bags for my son’s preschool teachers this past year using the drago(knit)fly tutorial. (http://dragoknit.blogspot.com/2007/02/box-bag-tutorial.html). What an awesome project to add to the must-sew list.

  154. Danielle says:

    So so cute! And useful!

  155. Michelle says:

    Oh I love these box bags. Can’t wait to make some.

  156. Sairy says:

    What a great tutorial! I just bought a ton of FQ’s so I can’t wait to start making stuff – Thank you for the inspiration with these FQ posts!

  157. Jana says:

    I have made several bags using dragonfly’s tutorial, and every one seems to like them. Thanks for posting these.

  158. Julia in MI says:

    I loce this bag. Great fabric choice.

  159. danna osen says:

    I love pink and the idea of displaying all of thefabric. I am going to check this boxy tute.

  160. naomig says:

    What a great idea… I was just looking at my make-up bag, which is in HORRIBE shape, and lamenting that I’d have to spend money to get a new one. Maybe I could go through my FQ stash and see if I could make one for free… :-) or cheap, cuz I might need to buy a zipper. :-)

  161. Kiddlebug says:

    I can see my project list gatting longer and longer. Thanks!

  162. Kathy says:

    Oh I love this pouch. I’ll add this one to The List… Fat Quarter month is a great inspiration for stash busting!!

  163. JaneR says:

    What a great idea! These would be great in ‘oil cloth’.

  164. Mandy Court says:

    I love these, I think that I am going to go find some fabric and make some right now. I love discovering new things to make as well as new blogs to read. This has really been fun.

  165. Grace says:

    I wish february was a longer month! I love FQ projects of the day.

  166. Rebecca says:

    This is my favorite project so far – thanks for the link!

  167. Kandie says:

    I’ve made this little pouch already and I love it. I found spring green fabric with hot pink lips all over it, PERFECT for a makeup bag!

  168. Jodie says:

    These fat quarter ideas are awesome! Keep ‘em coming!

  169. Susan says:

    Love it! I’m dying with my sewing maching all packed up and back in our home in Colorado. I might need to borrow one from a friend and give this a go! :) Thanks for the great giveaways too, such a generous place :D

  170. Clara says:

    I agree with the first commenter that fat quarter month is turning out to be my favorite sew mama sew feature. Thanks!

  171. Stephanie Wehrman says:

    SEW happy (hah, hah) for the tutorial on zippers. I am actually quite scared of them, so that will help ease the fear a bit. I am printing it off right now to go try it! Thanks

  172. Julie says:

    Thank you very much for this tutorial!!!

  173. Annette says:

    I am just starting my fabric collection and LOVE fat quarters. This would be a fabulous way to add to my pretty stash (and with two little girls, pink would be very useful!

  174. pink sky says:

    The tutorial is adorable – and how can I resist pink fabric???

  175. lesley says:

    i love all these little box bags! why have i never made one before? i have way too long a project list right now and we’re not even finished fat quarter month!

  176. Brittany says:

    Keep the great project ideas coming!

  177. Tammy :) says:

    I love this fabric!

  178. Annette says:

    Lovin’ that little boxy pouch. I’m thinking I know a couple of girlies who would LOVE one of those!! Guess I know what I’ll be working on this afternoon!!!! :) Thank yo so much for yet another wonderful themed month of projects.

  179. Kendall says:

    This is so great! Definitely something I can make for myself as well as my sisters.

  180. Sarah says:

    Enter me please! Thanks! :)

  181. Sarah Lee says:

    :) – What a perfect little cosmetics bag! Love!

  182. Pam says:

    Yay! Sew Mama Sew saves the day again! Just the tutorials I needed for secret sister gifts. You’re the best! Hope your day is happy!

  183. Katie says:

    Very handy. I could use a few of those for all my sewing stuff.

  184. basimah says:

    i DO want to make a ton of those… adorable!

  185. Julie says:

    This bag has been on my to-do list for a little while now. I really need to makes some.

  186. Liz Odle says:

    I’d love to win the fat quarters. I just had a baby girl and would love to use the fat quarters in some projects for her. Please pick me!

  187. Sara Hemmeke says:

    Darling! These will definitely be on my to-sew list. It’s never too early to start on Christmas gifts, right?

  188. Martha says:

    I have been planning on doing these for a while, but haven’t done so yet. Thanks for reminding me…

  189. Kathy says:

    too cute. Something else I have to try!

  190. Rachel says:

    OOOh, that’s really cute!

  191. Lorrie says:

    Can anyone have too many bags? This is so cute!

    Lorrie

  192. Darci says:

    Oh that looks so fun. I love the print in that bag so fresh. FQ are such a great thing.

  193. kiko says:

    Am I the first!? I love the pouch! I’ve been trying to come up with own pattern for pouches like that….it’s very tricky! Please enter me in your contest!

  194. krisitn says:

    love this project!! can’t wait to try it; it will be my first zipper project =0(?!?!?! wish me luck!!

  195. Anya T. says:

    Great bags. Thanks again.

  196. Ashley Ann says:

    Cute! I can’t wait to try this!

  197. Erica says:

    I love all the tutorials. I can’t wait to get started!

  198. Jamie says:

    Thanks so much for posting this one, so cute!! Can’t wait to try one!

  199. Julie Kendall says:

    Fat quarters always give me a “giddy fun” feeling! They may be small but they are MIGTHY! So many adorable little cute goodies can be magically created from FQ’s.

  200. jodie says:

    Love this boxy pouch!

  201. Dorrie says:

    I love this cute bag. . .I’m off to buy a zipper! This looks fun and easy and I have some great fabrics to use! Great post. . .Thanks!

  202. CodeCrafter says:

    Very cute!

  203. Krista says:

    I can’t wait to try this. My daughter has been wanting a new makeup bag but can’t find one that will fit in her purse. I think that this will work!

  204. Katie Harrison says:

    Pink Fat Quarters :) As a mama of two girls 2 years old and 3 years old Pink is the story of our lifes, we would love to win some super cute fat quarters!!

  205. Karen says:

    How cute are these. I can’t wait to attempt to make one!

  206. I have already made a few of these boxy bags from that same tutorial. They are “sew” easy to make and can be made any size you like. Great FQ project. Thanks for sharing. I’m enjoying this month theme of FQ’s. Do it again sometime. Shannon

  207. water works says:

    Kerri’s Flickr tutorial is awesome! I love how she managed to hide all the seams. While more flat than boxy, it’ll work great for a little gift project I need this spring. Thanks!

  208. karen says:

    Love pink prints…count me in on the giveaway!!

  209. Its_Lily says:

    This box bag is crazy cute and perfect for some material I brought back from Taiwan.

  210. Debbie L says:

    Very nice! Zippers scare me but I need to take the plunge one of these days.

  211. Michele says:

    Very cute! I love the fabric in the picture.

  212. Casey says:

    I love the box bags! they look so fun

  213. Shannon says:

    I love this site! so many fun projects to try. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  214. Alice S says:

    I hope to make one of these for my husband’s toiletries when he travels. There are so many possibilities with these.

  215. qsogirl says:

    oh thank you!! I’m a bit bag crazy, and I am so excited to see this tutorial! I must make some of these!

  216. Mary says:

    I made a bunch of these for Christmas. And in fact, I worked on making 2 more last night. I love these little bags!

  217. Angela says:

    These are so cute! Thanks for compiling all these tutorials in one place!

  218. Elizabeth says:

    Wow that is super cute, I have been looking for something like this for my daughters hairclips.

  219. Marilyn says:

    Good idea for graduation presents! Not too early to start thinking about them…

  220. JoAnn says:

    Woo hooo! An easter gift for my teen. Now I’m set. I love, love, love these fat quarter projects.

  221. Sonicka says:

    I have used this tutorial before and I loved it! One thing I did was fuse coordinating fabric together with double sided interfacing before I cut it out, then there was coordinating fabric on the inside.

  222. Debra says:

    These are really cute. Great for traveling.
    Debra

  223. Anna says:

    The piglet bag is wonderful! This is a great quick gift idea to keep in mind for guys (though probably not in piglet fabric, LOL).

  224. Dani says:

    Thanks for sharing. Keep the wonderful FQ ideas coming! =^..^=

  225. Deanna says:

    I absolutely love making little pouches. They are perfect to toss the everyday stuff into whatever purse I want to use that day. Gives me more accessory options.

  226. Jane says:

    So very cute and looks very easy to make… LOVE how Penny does the zipper. Another great FQ tutorial!

  227. Ellen B says:

    You can’t have enough pouches! Love the tree fabric.

  228. Erica says:

    I love this! My husband is always looking for something to keep all his toiletries in, but has never been happy with what he’s found. It never occurred to me to make one for him (and me, and my daughters, and my mom, and…)

  229. Shellyfish says:

    I love making these boxy pouches – they have become a bit of an obsession!

  230. Sarah says:

    very cute. I think this may be first on my list after the fat quarter swap!

  231. Britt says:

    I ran across the tutorial awhile ago and couldn’t find it again. Thanks!

  232. AndreaLea says:

    That is adorable fabric! ♥

  233. Nancy says:

    I love all these fun projects with fat quarters, I don’t know why but projects just seem easier when they are made with exact cuts of fabric. I’d love to win some pink ones too. Thanks for the giveaway.

  234. Megan says:

    Thanks for the tutorials. I haven’t tried one of these yet.

  235. annie says:

    PINK……did you say PINK!!!! Oh I MUST win because PINK is MY color. Ok, enough screaming….thanks for the chance and keeping fingers crossed!!! XXX Annelies

  236. Libby Dillard says:

    I am sooo loving fat quarter month! There is nothing more eye appealing then a lovely stack of fat quarters!

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