Printed Paper Pattern and video tutorial Packing Pods

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Printed Paper Pattern and video tutorial Packing Pods


Approx finished measurements:
LARGE: 31 x 21 x 11.5 cm (12 ¼ x 8 ¼ x 4 ½”)
MEDIUM: 27 x 16 x 11.5 cm (10 ½ x 6 ¼ x 4 ½”)
SMALL: 18 x 12 x 9 cm (7 x 4 ¾ x 3 ½”)
Requirements: Just outer fabric and a continuous zip!

4 in stock

Categories:New StockPatterns

his is a paper pattern which will be posted out to you.

A4 magazine style book with link to a full YouTube video tutorial

Easy to follow instructions, full colour photos for every step.

Skill level: Easy

Brilliant for packing all your clothes, underwear, toiletries and electronics into your suitcase, keeping everything organised and tightly stored to increase capacity in your case and prevent your clothes moving around and creasing. Also great for everyday storage in the home.

The Pods are seriously lightweight and roll up to nothing, adding no weight to your weekend bag or suitcase.

They come in three sizes, a joy to make – no interfacing, no lining, and no binding, but I show you an ingenious way to neaten and strengthen your seams so it looks as beautiful inside as out. Flatten them down, roll them up and pack them away after use in a tiny space, or if you make in more robust fabrics like oilskin and vinyl, they will pack inside each other

Use them for storing anything, roll up your clothes and pack them in, socks, underwear, dresses and shirts, make one for toiletries, and one for your electronics and chargers.

Choose a light fabric that will pack easily. Rip stop or water resistant nylon linings are a good choice, but you could also use quilting cottons to make in a pretty print to match your suitcase.

Make enough to fill your whole case; it’s amazing how much gear you can pack in these. They are great for organisation; make them in different colours to distinguish between the different contents. You can even use mesh for the top panel so you can see the contents.

You can make from more substantial fabrics like canvas and dry oilskin, even vinyl and cork, which make much sturdier pods, all work beautifully. They are really handy made in waterproof fabric for mucky camping trips.

The pattern and video explain everything in detail, it’s an easy make, so why don’t you give them a go, and you’ll wonder how you ever packed without them

It’s such a fun quick make. Once you have made one, you won’t be able to stop.


spencer ogg


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