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How to Sew a Rosary Pouch

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Sewing with Ani Slattery
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⁣To make a pouch of this size, cut the starting fabric to 6" wide x 7" long (and sew with 1/2" seam allowance)


For the drawstring loop, mark the fabric 3cm and 4.5 cm from the top. This is the gap you will leave open when sewing the two pouch pieces together.


The ribbon is measured at around 18-20"

Please let me know if this was helpful and if you have any questions!

May the Lord reward your works,
Ani Slattery

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Our family has felt a strong call to pursue traditional skills that have been lost in the modern world, and we want to share it with others as much as the Lord will allow. My husband does carpentry, animal husbandry, butchery, writing and publishing. Find his channel here: https://spiritustv.com/@Traditional_Skills

I share traditional handiworks such as sewing and embroidery and I also have a little shop where I sell some of my handmade goods such as aprons, head coverings, embroidered neckties, Catholic embroidery kits and rosary pouches. Or you can follow me on Instagram to see my past or current works.

My shop: https://www.taurusnecrus.com/ani
My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ave.domina.angelorum

Or contact me for custom sewing requests or to get in touch: ani.slattery@gmail.com

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TSheld72
TSheld72 21 days ago

See, I even love the fabric you choose here. Thanks for tagging me & posting.. Looks easy enough for this amateur sewer. ;)

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Sewing with Ani Slattery

Let me know if you try it! This fabric a friend gave me, it was the smallest scraps left over from an apron she sewed. She knew I could make use of it haha

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