This fractured foundation pieced pouch project is ideal for scrap busting and makes a beautiful gift. It’s a great size to use as a make up bag, or toiletry bag to take on holiday. Alternatively you could store sewing tools or stationery in it.
You will need
A selection of scraps
A fat quarter of fabric for the lining and a fat eighth for the back (or you could do a fractured panel on both sides)
A 10 inch zip (or larger cut to size which is what I did)
Optional – interfacing, fusible fleece or wadding to give the pouch more body or allow you to quilt it.
Finished pouch size – 11 x 8 inches
Seam allowance – 1/4 an inch (you may find our add a quarter ruler helpful for getting accurate seam allowances.)
Back panel – 11.5 inches x 8.5 inches
Lining – 11.5 x 8.5 inches
Zip tabs – Cut 2 rectangles 2.5 x 2 inches
If you are using interfacing or wadding cut 2 pieces 11.5 x 8.5