Do you have a bunch of scrap fabric, but not a lot of time to sew? This is the perfect 2020 beginner sewing tutorial on sewing your own hand sanitizer pouch from Sew Crafty Me. Requires very little fabric, and once you have mastered it, you can sew these up in no time. Making it a great gift embellishment idea – this year more than any!
NOTE: If snaps or buttons intimated you, or you just do not have any lying around, try using Velcro instead.
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Fabric scraps for the holder body and lining.
Two small plastic buttons
Cutting and Sewing Your Hand Sanitizer Pouch
You need to cut the following pieces:
- Holder front and front lining, 4.25” W x 4.5” L
- Holder back and back lining, 4.25” W x 4.5” L
- Flap, 4.25” W x 5.75” L
- Strap, 2.25” W x 8” L
The above are measurements for a 100 ml sanitizer bottle. It should fit almost all bottles. If you would like to sew for a different size bottle, use the directions below:
Next, we finish the strap.
Let’s sew the strap to the holder piece.
Next, we need to sew the holder main and lining pieces together.
Next, we do the buttonhole and the buttons.