Kendall Snap Pouch Tutorial

Five small pouches made with kendall snap pouch tutorial by crafty gemini

Snap Pouch Tutorial

Follow my Kendall snap pouch tutorial for one of the quickest makes ever! It takes just a few minutes and has so many uses.

I like to keep one in each of my knitting project bags with my notions. Stitch markers, progress keepers, tapestry needle, measuring tape, etc.

If you hand sew this will be perfect for storing some thread, needles, thimble, small scissors, etc.

My kids often use these as a wallet, too! Throw some cash in it and in your back pocket. This snap pouch tutorial is easy peasy!



• Fabric: I recommend using these faux leather sheets we sell in our online shop. I designed the PDF template so that you could cut two pouches out of each faux leather sheet. You can also use any sturdy fabric that doesn’t fray- cork fabric, vinyl, etc.

Thread: I prefer a good quality 100% polyester thread when I make bags.

Plastic Snap Kit: I bought my kit here. (affiliate link)

Straight Stitch sewing machine: All you need is a basic straight stitch to complete this pouch. If your machine has a triple straight stitch that works really nicely as well.

Basic sewing supplies: You’ll also need scissors, sewing clips, fabric marking tool, and a sewing machine needle (I used a Universal size 80/12 needle.)

Now all you have left to do is watch my FREE step-by-step video tutorial and make it yourself!



Use these pouches to sort your supplies- we all know that an organized sewing room makes everything more fun!

If you’re interested in more small pouches you can use to store all kinds of supplies and goodies, also check out my Pop Out Pouch tutorial series.

2 replies on “Kendall Snap Pouch Tutorial

  • Kathi

    I just wanted to say how much I enjoy watching your videos. You explain everything thoroughly which makes the project fun and easy! You’re doing a great job.

  • Ginger Seaman

    I love your videos and website! I have learned so much from you and appreciate how well you are able to simplify complex directions. Thanks for being you!


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