Thursday, April 23, 2015

anna pouch {one more pdf pattern}

Once upon a time, quite a long time ago actually, I came across a picture this pouch on Pinterest. I looked and looked to see if I could find some instructions on how to make it since I really liked this unique pouch, but I had no such luck.

So I set out to design my own pattern and after lots of trial and error sewing and ripping I finally made this pouch. I call it Anna Pouch.

I love the idea of two pouches being connected to make one and it's such a perfect size for all the little trinkets most of us carry in our purses.

This pouch finishes at approx. 5.75” x 4” x 1.5”.  And see? Lots of little things fit in with room to spare :).

I always love to see what other talented peeps can make using my patterns and this time it was no different.

Lucy used super adorable strawberry fabric to make this sweet Anna pouch. Love the hand stitching and gingham tab.

How cute is this kitty version made by Andrea? And that tiny gingham binding on bias is just too precious. I totally have to go with gingham for my next pouch :).

Thank you ladies for trying my pattern out. You're amazing.


You can purchase Anna pouch pdf pattern by clinking on the button below or by going directly to my etsy shop here. And, as usual, the price for the pattern will be a discounted $6.00 for the next 48 hours, after that it will go back up to its regular $8.00 price.

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Thanks for reading and all your support friends. Svetlana


  1. Adorable! On my to do list....

  2. I need to make 2 small bags as part of graduation gifts for 2 young ladies. I was going to just make some regular zipper pouches, but these would be even better (if a bit more work ;-) so your timing is just perfect for me :-) Thanks! (and thanks for the discount, too!!)
    I told my husband the other day that I feel like I am pretty good w mixing fabrics, but every time I see your work, I think, 'Dang! She is a master!!' Thank you for taking the time to share your beautiful inspiring masterful creations.
    Happy making ~ Tracy

  3. Aw these are soooooo cute! I can think of a multitude of uses! Well done, again! Jxo

  4. Super cute! Such great patterns you're coming up with! ;-)


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