Create a mobile phone pouch from felt that you can button and clasp onto your main bag.

Mobile Phone Pouch

What you need

Scissors
Felt or Denim
Needle and thread
Snap



Instructions

The fabric in the tutorial isn’t felt, it’s denim because i didn’t have any felt left, i have also made these from foam and leatherette

1. This is the template for the 2 pieces:

Phone Bag Pattern

2. Cut your fabric according to the template, I used zigzag shears so the fabric won’t fray and this way I didn’t have to hem the edges.

Phone Bag Cut Felt

3. Embelish the front according to your taste you can use beads, felt, sublime stitching, applique… here a few examples.

phonebag4 phonebag5 phonebag7

4. Place the front and back pieces on top of eachother wrong sides facing:

phonebag8

5. Attach from 3 sides leaving the top open, I used hand stitching but it would’ve been neater and faster with a machine.

phonebag9

6. Attach a snap on the top of the handle from the right side of the fabric, and the other part of the snap to the top right corner of the body of the cozy, I used a snap in the green cosy, and Velcro on this one, the button is only decorative, of course you can use a button or a ribbon as well.

phonebag10

7. This is the finished cozy attached to a tote i made.

Finished Mobile Phone Pouch

This project was contributed by Lara

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Create a mobile phone pouch from felt that you can button and clasp onto your main bag.

Mobile Phone Pouch

What you need

Scissors
Felt or Denim
Needle and thread
Snap



Instructions

The fabric in the tutorial isn’t felt, it’s denim because i didn’t have any felt left, i have also made these from foam and leatherette

1. This is the template for the 2 pieces:

Phone Bag Pattern

2. Cut your fabric according to the template, I used zigzag shears so the fabric won’t fray and this way I didn’t have to hem the edges.

Phone Bag Cut Felt

3. Embelish the front according to your taste you can use beads, felt, sublime stitching, applique… here a few examples.

phonebag4 phonebag5 phonebag7

4. Place the front and back pieces on top of eachother wrong sides facing:

phonebag8

5. Attach from 3 sides leaving the top open, I used hand stitching but it would’ve been neater and faster with a machine.

phonebag9

6. Attach a snap on the top of the handle from the right side of the fabric, and the other part of the snap to the top right corner of the body of the cozy, I used a snap in the green cosy, and Velcro on this one, the button is only decorative, of course you can use a button or a ribbon as well.

phonebag10

7. This is the finished cozy attached to a tote i made.

Finished Mobile Phone Pouch

This project was contributed by Lara

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Create a mobile phone pouch from felt that you can button and clasp onto your main bag.

Mobile Phone Pouch

What you need

Scissors
Felt or Denim
Needle and thread
Snap



Instructions

The fabric in the tutorial isn’t felt, it’s denim because i didn’t have any felt left, i have also made these from foam and leatherette

1. This is the template for the 2 pieces:

Phone Bag Pattern

2. Cut your fabric according to the template, I used zigzag shears so the fabric won’t fray and this way I didn’t have to hem the edges.

Phone Bag Cut Felt

3. Embelish the front according to your taste you can use beads, felt, sublime stitching, applique… here a few examples.

phonebag4 phonebag5 phonebag7

4. Place the front and back pieces on top of eachother wrong sides facing:

phonebag8

5. Attach from 3 sides leaving the top open, I used hand stitching but it would’ve been neater and faster with a machine.

phonebag9

6. Attach a snap on the top of the handle from the right side of the fabric, and the other part of the snap to the top right corner of the body of the cozy, I used a snap in the green cosy, and Velcro on this one, the button is only decorative, of course you can use a button or a ribbon as well.

phonebag10

7. This is the finished cozy attached to a tote i made.

Finished Mobile Phone Pouch

This project was contributed by Lara

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Create a mobile phone pouch from felt that you can button and clasp onto your main bag.

Mobile Phone Pouch

What you need

Scissors
Felt or Denim
Needle and thread
Snap



Instructions

The fabric in the tutorial isn’t felt, it’s denim because i didn’t have any felt left, i have also made these from foam and leatherette

1. This is the template for the 2 pieces:

Phone Bag Pattern

2. Cut your fabric according to the template, I used zigzag shears so the fabric won’t fray and this way I didn’t have to hem the edges.

Phone Bag Cut Felt

3. Embelish the front according to your taste you can use beads, felt, sublime stitching, applique… here a few examples.

phonebag4 phonebag5 phonebag7

4. Place the front and back pieces on top of eachother wrong sides facing:

phonebag8

5. Attach from 3 sides leaving the top open, I used hand stitching but it would’ve been neater and faster with a machine.

phonebag9

6. Attach a snap on the top of the handle from the right side of the fabric, and the other part of the snap to the top right corner of the body of the cozy, I used a snap in the green cosy, and Velcro on this one, the button is only decorative, of course you can use a button or a ribbon as well.

phonebag10

7. This is the finished cozy attached to a tote i made.

Finished Mobile Phone Pouch

This project was contributed by Lara

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Mobile Phone Pouch

Create a mobile phone pouch from felt that you can button and clasp onto your main bag.

Mobile Phone Pouch

What you need

Scissors
Felt or Denim
Needle and thread
Snap



Instructions

The fabric in the tutorial isn’t felt, it’s denim because i didn’t have any felt left, i have also made these from foam and leatherette

1. This is the template for the 2 pieces:

Phone Bag Pattern

2. Cut your fabric according to the template, I used zigzag shears so the fabric won’t fray and this way I didn’t have to hem the edges.

Phone Bag Cut Felt

3. Embelish the front according to your taste you can use beads, felt, sublime stitching, applique… here a few examples.

phonebag4 phonebag5 phonebag7

4. Place the front and back pieces on top of eachother wrong sides facing:

phonebag8

5. Attach from 3 sides leaving the top open, I used hand stitching but it would’ve been neater and faster with a machine.

phonebag9

6. Attach a snap on the top of the handle from the right side of the fabric, and the other part of the snap to the top right corner of the body of the cozy, I used a snap in the green cosy, and Velcro on this one, the button is only decorative, of course you can use a button or a ribbon as well.

phonebag10

7. This is the finished cozy attached to a tote i made.

Finished Mobile Phone Pouch

This project was contributed by Lara

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Comments

  1. awesome…..wanna try today..:-)

  2. i did this and i sewed it to my backpack as a hidden pocket

  3. OMG gonna ace this project!!!!!!! thanks!

  4. grr8!

  5. ghostwoman says:

    I love this. Very cute project. Would work with a variety of fabric types.

  6. love it going to make it for a skl project!!!!:D

  7. It is really looking very cute

  8. superb wow nice job

  9. omg this is sooo cute!
    i’m gonna make this for my mom’s 40th birthday <3

  10. I love this idea! When I get more felt I will make this!

  11. I did this and I love it!!! thank you!!

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