Like the last one of these I made, this one also has the fleece fused to scrap fabric rather than fused to the lining. The scrap fabric/fleece pieces go behind the lining fabric. This keeps the lining from getting all crinkly-wrinkly from the fleece.
The lining is Railroad Denim and the pouch closes with magnetic snaps:
This was my first time fusing fleece to scrap fabric instead of the lining fabric. Fusible fleece is convenient to use, but I don't like how wrinkled it looks. Somewhere I saw it mentioned that fusing it to an underlining layer would take care of the wrinkle problem.
I'm happy to report this works very nicely! The lining of this looks much better than if I had fused the fleece directly to the lining piece.
So I wanted to share that bit of sewing info and thought this pouch would make a nice sample for someone.Sold - Thanks!