First Aid travel pouch – testers makes

If you are here, it means you want to see those wonderful versions of the First Aid travel pouch that my amazing testers managed to make! I love this part the most because I can never predict which direction the testers will take. Every time they surprise me, sometimes by their choice of fabric or colour combination, other times by adding a personal detail, or how making a small change to the pattern makes a big difference to overall style. It is true that every pattern has as many faces as the amount of people making it! First Aid travel pouch is no different. Each and every tester’s version is unique and beautiful! See for yourself and let me know which one is your favourite!

“Very well written, great illustrations. I made one for myself and one as a gift. Great size since it would fit nicely in the corner of your suitcase when traveling. Everything is at hand and easy to see what you have and what needs restocking.” @bagsandmorebysabrina

“This was a surprisingly easy and quick sew even though it looks fancy and complicated with all the different pockets and variety of materials used.” @ovesonlife

“It’s a great and unique pattern. And it was fun to make.” @bags_and_dolls

“I loved it, such an easy to follow sew.” @sewandsocrafty

“Love the pattern, easy to follow instruction (as usual) and a quick sew.” @iamglendasam

“I like the pattern and will likely make at least one more. I really like how the divider was added.” @Tamarackneedleworks

“I like it for an emergency bag in my vehicle.” @PattyODesigns

“Very detailed pattern that steps you through to completion.” @daisy_enchanted

“As with the other patterns, it is very well thought out, and the case has a lot of function. I think it would be easy to customize based on what you want the contents to be.” @edgeanddolor

Visit the shop to get the pattern or read more about the First Aid travel pouch pattern to find out how you can get the FREE copy.

I love to see all your creations, so remember to share it on Allsewpetite – makers group!

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