Glass Fibre Mosquito net or mesh for bags 18cm x 16cm (7”x 6½”)
Zipper 15cm (6”) long
D-ring 2.5cm (1”) wide opening
Webbing 2.5cm (1”) wide 5cm (2”) long
How to Sew:
1 - On the right side of the fabric piece, make a line 2.5cm (1”) from the short edge. Make another line 1cm (⅜”) from that. Make one line on each side to form a rectangle, 2.5cm (1”) in from the edge.
2 - On the other short side make a line 2.5cm (1”) from the edge and another 11cm (4½”) below that. Make two lines 2.5cm (1”) in from the sides to make a rectangle.
3 - Cut out the rectangular openings
4 - Place the mosquito net under the large opening and topstitch in place close to the edge and about 6mm (¼”) from the edge.
5 - Place the zipper under the small opening and topstitch as described in the step before
6 - Fold the webbing around the D-ring and stitch it together close to the D-ring. Use the zipper foot for this.
7 - Fold the fabric piece wrong sides together. Put the Webbing with the D-ring between the layers and pin in place. Topstitch through all layers close to the edge all around. Reinforce the stitching over the webbing part.
Your zippered pocket is now finished.
Small Things Pockets with Velcro Closure
Finished size 12cm x 12cm (5"x5")
Materials (for each pocket)
Cordura fabric or similar 30cm x 12cm (12” x 5”)
Glass Fiber Mosquito net or mesh for bags 10cm x 10cm (4” x4”)
Velcro 10cm (4”)
D-ring 2.5cm (1”) wide opening
Webbing 2.5cm (1”) wide 5cm (2”) long, 2 pieces
How to Sew
1 - Draw an 8cm x 8cm (3” x 3”) square on the right side of the fabric 2cm (1”) in from the bottom edge and 2.5cm (1”) in from the sides.
2 - Cut out the square to make an opening. Put the mosquito net under and stitch in place close to the edge and 6mm (¼”) away.
3 - Fold the webbing around the D-ring and stitch it together close to the D-ring. Use the zipper foot for this.
4 - Attach the Velcro piece (hard side) centred on the short edge above the mosquito net opening.
5 - Fold the other webbing piece double and place it in the middle of the opposite short side on the wrong side of the fabric. Place the soft Velcro piece on top and stitch in place.
6 - Fold the pocket piece up 12cm (5”). Put the D-ring with webbing between the layers on the right side. Topstitch close to the edge around the whole pocket.
7 - Fold the lid so the Velcro pieces meet. Your pocket is now finished.
Your pocket holder is now finished. Use carabiner clips to attach the pockets.
Congratulations on finishing Part One of the Tool Belt with Pockets and Holders Project! We hope you are enjoying this project so far and stay tuned for Part Three!
If you make a Tool Belt with Pockets and Holders or any other projects on our blog be sure to tag us at @husqavrnaviking_sewing_aus on Instagram and use the hashtag #husqvarnavikingsewing, so we can see your wonderful creations.
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