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tiny coin pouch gifts

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

 

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

There’s never a shortage of birthdays to celebrate around here. I’ve been itching to start sewing through my fun must-make list after spending most of the year on new patterns that are coming up. And if there’s anything I like to sew, it’s small and fun little gifts. These tiny coin pouches ended up being something I had to try! I used Rashida Coleman Hale‘s Snappy Coin Purse tutorial for these two cuties. I think they make such a useful gift!

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

They’re super quick to make but do require a bit of hand sewing. It’s nothing that should deter you though! They’re just that cute. It’s a very satisfying sew because you can use small scraps of fabric and finish within a short amount of time. I love projects like that, they’re great for in between large projects.

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

I really enjoyed digging around in my stash for these, making sure to pick something that each birthday girl would enjoy. I think they’ll like them, and now that my daughter spotted them, I suppose I’ll be making at least one more for her. 🙂

Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead


Pattern: Snappy Coin Purse Tutorial by Rashida Coleman Hale
Fabrics: Me + You Indah Batik and  Umbrella Prints
Snaps: purchased from Gold Star Tool (size 20 used)
(or I also love using SnapSource snaps and Dritz as well, find my tutorial for setting snaps here)


Tiny Coin Pouch Gifts - Noodlehead

10 thoughts on “tiny coin pouch gifts

  1. jdiettrich says:

    Agh, you’re a genius! I’ve been wanting something little to replace the stupid carrier that my Beats earbuds came with – this will be perfect. 😊

    1. Anna Graham says:

      oh yay! 🙂

  2. Jeanie says:

    Adorable! A great, little gift.

  3. Kim says:

    Oh perfect for storing my knitting markers too! Anna are these the antique brass finish snaps?

    1. Anna Graham says:

      for sure! They’d be awesome for that! And yes, antique brass. 🙂

  4. These are lovely! Thanks for a great birthday present idea…

  5. Karen Grissen says:

    I love the way these little coin purses fold in on the side. Super cute! Could you share what type of fusible interfacing you used? I see Rashida does not specify on her pattern and was curious what you used.

    1. Anna Graham says:

      Yeah, they’re so great. I used SF101, I think it worked great with the quilting weight cottons. 🙂

      1. Karen Grissen says:

        Thank you so much for your reply Anna :o)

  6. Eva says:

    Thank you so much!

    I had this idea of coin pouch along with small purse and bag for my tablet for my travel in 2 weeks. (All matching of course! 😀 ) Now I found the right way how I want it. thanks for the inspiration.

    Greetings from Latvia,
    Eva 🙂

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