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Quilted Foam Flat Pouch

Project by Jo Hart


Supplies:

2 Fat Quarter Bundles or 7 corresponding Fat Quarters

1 Pack of Bosal Double sided fusible foam

I set of Kam snaps

Cutting out:

4 pieces 10 ½” x 14 ½” of fabric (2 outer and 2 lining)

2 pieces 10 ½” x 14 ½” of bosal foam

2 pieces 2 ½” x 15” of fabric (top binding)

1 piece – 2 ½” x 36” of fabric (outer Bias binding)

Step 1,

Layer one piece of Bosal double sided foam in between one inner fabric panel and one outer fabric panel and fuse together using an iron. Repeat with the remaining outer pieces and quilt each panel using your preferred method. (We used straight line quilting in a grid design)


Step 2,

Mark curves on each of the bottom corners using a plate or hoop as a template and trim around the lines to create the curved bottom edge.


Step 3,

Fold both pieces of Top Binding in half length-ways and press.

Sew each piece to the top outside of each panel using ¼”

Fold the binding over to the inside and machine stitch or hand sew to secure each piece down.


Step 4,

Place both panels on top of each other with lining sides facing and baste together using ¼” seam allowance. Open out the folds of the bias binding and line up with the outer edge of the pouch, fold the edge of the binding over the top of the pouch to enclose the raw edges

and stitch all the way around using 3/8” seam allowance repeating the folded edge at the other end.

Step 5,

Find the centre of the pouch by folding it in half and mark using a temporary marking tool, Measure 1” down from the centre and mark again. Repeat on the other side. Attach the kam snaps following the manufacturers guidelines (we used Prym colour snaps)


Your Pouch is now finished.



To see more from Jo, visit her on Instagram @unicornharts


Made by Jo Hart for The Craft Cotton Company 2020

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