Hexagon Pattern Pouch

Hello everyone! This is Becky from Patchwork Posse here to share a Bite Sized Sewing project. I blog about lots of easy sewing projects, and I’m the home of the 52 Quilt Block Pick Up and the Yearly Round Robin.

Today we are going to talk about Hexagons . I’ve for some reason picked up an obsession with it…and I love it! I am kind of a puzzly girl and love shapes and different ways to use them.

This pouch is perfect for little girls to stuff with their lipgloss, candy, play house with, or whatever! You can use a few squares from your favorite charm pack to mix and match for a custom pouch. To keep it super simple, I used ribbon for the strap, but you can sew up your own if you’d like to better co-ordinate.

Let’s talk about how to make a Mini Hexagon Pattern Pouch.

Hexagon Pattern Pouch


  • 4– 5″ X 5″ for outside and lining
  • 2– 2 1/2″ X 11″ bag sides
  • Ribbon for strap 20″ long


Print off the 5″ Hexagon template on Card Stock or heavy paper and cut one out.

Hexagon Pattern Pouch 2

Feel free to adjust the length of the strap….some might want it smaller for a more clutch style or longer for a messenger or sling bag style. You could also add a decorative stitch across the top edge or opening to cute-sy it up a bit. Be sure to check out all of my Hexagon projects {I do them often}

Printable Hexagon Templates and Projects

Becky blogs at Patchwork Posse. You can find her on Pinterest and Facebook.

  1. What a cute cute project for scraps!! I’ve linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip:

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