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Finally, I got this Scrappy Pouch using the quilt as you go method tutorial up! It was highly requested on my Instagram and I just had to do get myself to record and edit it. 

This is the perfect project to make with coordinated scraps you have leftover from a quilt project. 

Of course, you can use any scraps, but I do believe using coordinated scraps makes prettier pouches!

And if you ever made quilts using Tula Pink fabrics, you are surely to get bright pretty pouches. I absolutely love seeing the peek of fun motifs on my panels. 

I made many different panels and there are so many ways you can make a quilt as you go panel. In this tutorial I’ll teach 4 ways, but I’ll be sure to make more tutorials for more in the future. 

100 days 100 blocks tula pink quilt sampler quilt bright modern fabric

Using up scraps from a finished quilt

I made tons from my leftover scraps of my 100 days 100 blocks quilt . And these are definitely not the last.

I am surely keeping this quilt for myself, but I have made lots of pouches that I have gifted to many of my friends and family.

I have gifted many of them and seeing my pouches here and there when my friend opens their bags or seeing them in my family’s home feels like finding easter eggs in the spring! 

Trust me, these are easy to make, use up your scraps and make the perfect gift!

Quilt As You Go Panels 

I am using the quilt-as-you-go (QAYG) method for the pouches. In this tutorial, I teach you how to make 4 different quilt as you go panels.

The QAYG method is perfect for a small project like this as you can skip the quilting part. The batting gives it a little structure for the pouch and you can still have all the seams hidden inside and out. 

Scrappy Quilted Zipper Pouch Tutorial

Here is the video tutorial on how to make quilt as you go panels and the zipper pouch:

Follow me on YouTube for more fun tutorials.

Let me know if this has inspired you to make some scrappy pouches too!

For more fun pouch made from the same scrap pile: check me on Instagram too.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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8 Comments

  1. I signed up already and paid for your free motion boot camp course.
    I would like to know if I need to watch the course now or if can I save the course for a rainy day. I like to go outside in my yard when the weather is so great here in B.C. Canada.

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  2. Becky Kastelz Reply

    Loved this, thank you for the great idea and I love how you did the zipper =)

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  5. Ann Beckett Reply

    Amira, you never fail to inspire! This scrap tutorial was on my Pinterest this morning and the colors, the fabrics and your resourcefulness have just lifted my day.
    Grateful you share your talent with us!

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