Sensory pouch- lazy way

my lazy version of the peek a boo pillow this is a lot smaller & all top stitched hence why its lazy πŸ˜‰ TRACY πŸ™‚

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You will need:

  • plastic CD wallet
  • beads, sequins buttons etc
  • material scraps approx 14 cm square
  • paper
  • pins
  • ruler
  • pencil

First Step is to fill your plastic wallet.


I use beads, buttons & other goodies I found in my drawers. I made sure not to fill too much so the bits could move around.


I decided to make my whole pouch approx 12 cm. So I cut out a 13cm square with a 9.5 cm square cut out middle. I worked this out because i want my border to be 1.5 cm & need 1 cm seam allowance either side for turning.


First you need to cut each inside corner diagonally towards outer edge by 1 cm.


Turn that edge under & pin.


Pin in the middle pouch & place back border to the front enclosing pouch. Make sure the egdes meet. This can be fiddly so may find it…

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I am a mum of 2 boys and 1 girl.

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