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The Easiest Pocket Pack Tissue Holder Ever

By: Julie Nyanyo from sumoftheirstories.com
The Easiest Pocket Pack Tissue Holder Ever
The Easiest Pocket Pack Tissue Holder Ever
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"The easiest way I've ever seen to make a cute little pouch for your pocket pack tissues. It takes just a few minutes and is a great way to use your stash of little bits of fabric."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine

Beginner

Materials List

  • Fabric scraps
  • Matching thread
  • Iron
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I love the woven look of this pocket tissue cover. Great project for using up very small fabric scrap pieces. Nice gift or stocking stuffer idea too. The photos and instructions that accompany the article are clear and very easy to follow. I will have to make several to have on hand.

For those of us that are always losing our pocket tissue in our pocketbooks then here is a way to be able to locate them a little easier by making this easy and fast Pocket Pack Tissue Holder with your scrap fabrics. Make some for your kids too to take in there backpacks or for your desk. I like this idea. I do not know how many times I have pulled out my pack of tissues to find that they are all wrinkled or torn for just sitting in my purse. This is a better way to even just carry them with you for young or old. So simple.

Thank you for this pattern. I really need to make one before the winter months. I always have the tissue packs in my purse. This will definitely help me find them faster with the handle.

This is such a cool idea! It's easy and simple to make. I am always looking for a new, easy, and quick way to use up my small scraps of fabric. This tissue pouch is a great way to carry tissue in my pocket book without it touching other items in my bag. If you are like me you probably are always stuffing a handful of tissue in your bag for your children, husband, friends, or yourself to use. Usually I put it in a small plastic sandwich bag, but some times I have to grab and go. I really like that you can fit the small store bought tissue packages in it or you could just fold up some tissues and put them in. Such a great idea and simple. I wish I had found this pattern sooner because it would have saved me some tissues.

So glad you like it, it's so easy to rustle up a whole bunch of these. I was the same with scrappy bits of tissue on my bag so these have been great, and perfect to give as gifts to everyone I know

I really do need this! My purse packages of tissues get smashed, lost, and ruined, especially when you get down to the last two or three tissues in the pack! I've got lots of fabric scraps to use up. I like the little handle, but I'm going to leave it one long piece with hook and loop fastener on the end, so I can attach it to my purse handle/strap and let it hang inside my bag.

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