My Itty-Bitty Coin Pouch – Pattern By KOKKA

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I’m calling it my summer shades coin pouch.

2015-06-08 12.46.13When my coin pouch died a few weeks back I went into my online pattern files and Pinterest to get some ideas. Then I remembered bookmarking  this post by KOKKA.  A free downloadable pattern of the cutest little pouch. Just what I was looking for!

This pattern is called “a round pouch”. Finished size measures approx. 10cm x 14cm x 8cm.  Perfect for bills and coins. The pattern which is typically called a *recipe* is available to download free at the bottom of the post.

2015-06-08 12.47.14My pictures may make it hard to tell the true size but this is tiny pouch!  The pattern had two tabs on each end of the zipper to handle, but I left out one and added a 2″ round keyring for convenience.

The pattern has only a few pattern pieces and I was able to sew it up in under an hour.  I used Pellon Sf101 for the interior interfacing and used Soft & Stable for the exterior interfacing.  The pattern calls for just a fusible interfacing, but I think you could use most any combo of interfacing and achieve a great look.

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If you have not had a chance to visit KOKKA-FABRIC.COM you really need to!  I have been following their blog since they began it in 2013 and always enjoy reading their guest posts, free patterns, new fabric lines and what their designers create with them. *Sigh*

If you dig around their site some more you will find a TON of other great tutorials and information.  Not just bags either!  I subscribe to their English translated blog. If you click on the Japanese icon, it will change their blog over to Japanese and you’ll find a ton of additional posts and ideas.

Don’t you just love hidden bloggy treasures?! Especially from a brand as wonderful as KOKKA? Have fun exploring!



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