Tutorial for Origami Folded Fabric Pouch – continued

I realise that in the tutorial for the Origami Folded Fabric Pouch that you can find here, I omitted to explain or show the pockets that would be created in the pouch. With apologies for the poor quality of the photographs (I was trying to hold the pouch open with one hand and take a shot on my iPad with the other!), I shall now try to remedy that.

The design of pouch that I gave instructions for has six pockets. I will show each of the pockets, beginning with the pocket at the back of the pouch and working towards the front.

Lay the pouch on a surface with the front uppermost – see picture 1.

Picture 1

Undo the fastening and lift only the top flap – this will show the pocket at the back of the pouch which is lined with the inner (pink) fabric – picture 2

Picture 2

Next, lift the second flap (which has the inner fabric uppermost) – this reveals the second pocket, which is lined with the outer (flowered) fabric – picture 3.

Picture 3

The next pocket is lined with the inner fabric – picture 4:

 Picture 4

Next we have a smaller pocket, lined with the outer fabric – picture 5.

Picture 5

The next pocket is lined with the inner fabric – picture 6 – and is the same size as that in picture 5.

Picture 6

The final pocket is the one in the centre with the flap fastened with a button – picture 7.

Picture 7
Showing pockets 3, 5 and 6


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2 thoughts on “Tutorial for Origami Folded Fabric Pouch – continued

  1. Thank you so much, Dina! This really helps. I have made a pouch using your tutorial and it turned out lovely. Can't wait to show it to you. Thank you for sharing the tutorial!

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