The floral fabric is a print called Flower Fields from Joel Dewberry's Modern Meadow collection (oop). The other fabrics are an organic chambray apparel fabric and one of the dots from Moda's Dottie collection.
Where the flaps meet means the snaps need to be attached fairly close to the edge and it doesn't leave a lot of room to topstitch past the snaps. I did manage it by using the zipper foot, but there were some it ended up working out.
I also wanted to show you a bit of sewing improv that can make it faster to sew these pouches.
1. Cut a piece of interfacing slightly larger than each pattern piece outline.
2. Fuse the interfacing to a fabric pieces with one straight edge for where the zipper will be attached. If you've been doing lots of patchwork you might be able to free hand cut the straight edge. Most of the time I can cut a short straight edge without assistance and it's from all the practice I get making patchwork.
3. Attach the pieces to the zipper in the order shown in the pattern instructions, and then trace the pouch outline and cut it out.