Fat Quarter Pocket Pouch

Turn a fat quarter of fabric (an 18" x 22" piece) into a versatile, self-lined zippered pouch, complete with a handy outside pocket! Perfect for cosmetics, electronic essentials, or any of your favorite necessities for running quick errands, etc.

Includes Lisa's insider tips for a professional look:

  • Alter the construction for off-center and directional prints
  • Use fusible tape for a clean finish
  • Conquer "zipperphobia"
  • Complete the look with unique embellishments

They're addictive and make great gifts for anyone. Pick your favorite fabrics and get ready for the compliments!

Order the optional 3-POUCH SUPPLY KIT - It contains (3) Fat Quarters; (3) 14" black zippers; (6) pre-cut fusible bating pieces; (3) pre-coordinated bead sets and cording for the zipper pulls.

Questions? See our FAQs below!

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So enjoy your class all in one session, or return to it as your schedule allows. You're in control ; )

My friend would really love this class - can I share my link with her?

Thank you for asking. Sharing your link or any other class materials is strictly prohibited, since all class content is copyright protected. Your purchase of any Cultured Expressions online class is for your individual use only, and the link to access it is unique to you, so please DO NOT share it under any circumstances. I strive to provide classes that are affordable and an excellent value, so please give your friends the class registration link instead, so that they can purchase their own classes, and enjoy all of the benefits of full registration including special offers, class-related updates and more.

Is it OK to share my finished project on my social media?

Yes, we'd love for you to show off your finished class projects! Please tag us @culturedexpressions if you're on Instagram or Facebook. You can also #culturedexpressions. However, as noted above, please refrain from sharing the class content itself.) If you are unsure, please feel free to contact Lisa.

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Please contact