Triangle Pouch

This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share a commission.
Triangle Pouch

Carrie Nelson shared a cute tutorial the other day on The Moda Cutting Table and I couldn’t resist making one…..or two of the little triangle pouches. You can find the tutorial here
and also see lots of samples of different triangle pouches. A Spoonful
of Sugar has a patchwork triangle pouch tutorial also that I want to
make. You can find it here. If you like videos, check out the one made by Crafty Gemini here. Her videos are always fun to watch and very informative.

My first sample was made with a couple pieces of fabric I pulled out of my scrap box.

Triangle Pouch

I had to sacrifice a 18 inch zipper as it was the last pink one I had. For the little bit of extra cost, I always buy longer zippers and cut them off when I need a smaller one. It is about time to find another sale on zippers and stock up. If you do a search on Pinterest for Triangle Pouch… I did….you will be spending hours looking at all the projects!

Save this for later!

I'll email you this post so you can come back to it later.

Don't worry, I promise not to spam you.

Triangle Pouch

If you get the urge to make a couple you might be interested in some of the beautiful fabrics on sale at Craftsy. Craftsy is having some great sales that I want to share with you! I am an affiliate for Craftsy and may be compensated if you make a purchase.


Subscribe and get quilt tutorials sent to you twice a week!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  1. I have checked your website and i have found some duplicate content, that’s why
    you don’t rank high in google’s search results, but there is a tool that can help you to create 100% unique content, search for; boorfe’s tips unlimited content

  2. Connie, your little pouches are adorable!

  3. why are you tempting me??? sigh

    cute pouch, I did the same about the zippers when I bought some from amazon a while ago, got like 20 or 30 and I picked LONG ones to I could cut them down when I need to.

  4. Lisa Marie says:

    Super cute pouch, thanks for sharing the links, I'm off to check them out! I buy zippers from Great prices, and I see they have free shipping (over $25) right now. I'm on their email list and in the past I have frequently gotten free shipping offers with no minimum. My only complaint is they don't have lime green zippers!

  5. Createology says:

    I have made these in all sizes from a Nancy Zieman pattern decades old and I still love them to this day. They are addicting. Creative Bliss…

  6. I love your little triangle pouch. How lucky we are to have so many video tutorials available. Gourmet quilter has one making pouches in different shapes from 10" squares. I made some for my grandson's 4th birthday and filled them with cars. Wrapping her can reuse! The yellow and blue batik on sale at Craftsy was designed by my friend Daniella, Cabana from her first collection. I just love it when I see her stuff around the web.Thanks for sharing!

  7. So cute! I will definitely have to try one (or two or ten) of those!
    I get zippers from zipit on etsy. Great selections, excellent customer service

  8. Such cute pouches. I watched the video and she makes it look really easy. I have to make some of these. Thanks, Connie!!

  9. What a fun pouch! Now I have to go to all of you different sites you posted! Love all the fabrics too. Bet you couldn't resist some of those 😉