Cute Storage Pods FREE Sewing Pattern and Tutorial

Storage Pods FREE Sewing Pattern

Check out this simply beautiful pod-style fabric container. You will surely love this pattern! Take a look – there are only two pieces to cut for the pod!  You will box the corners and add a hanging loop and tada!  Even if you’re a beginner sewist, you can make this easy storage pod. The finished size of this project is 5 ½” x 9 ½” x 5″ (13.97cm x 24.13cm x 12.7cm)

Supplies Needed:

  • 2 Fat Quarters — 18″ x 21″ (45.72cm x 53.34cm)
  • 18″ x 21″ (45.72cm x 53.34cm) Cotton batting
  • Coordinating thread
  • Rotary cutter, mat, and acrylic ruler
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • Sewing machine
  • Iron and pressing surface

Check the FREE Pattern and Tutorial HERE

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18 Responses to Cute Storage Pods FREE Sewing Pattern and Tutorial

  1. I’ve made three and I’ve changed to quilting the outer shell
    Stands up better
    ❤️Niagara Heritage Quilt Guild
    I’d like to sew and sell for our quilt guild member shop at our quilt show in May 2020
    Will you give me permission ?
    KathleenO

  2. Julie Neale says:

    I cant find the pattern to download. Would love to make these. Can anyone help?

  3. Pamela says:

    Would love to make some of these storage pods, but I am unable to find the pattern. Can anyone help me. Thankyou

    • Sewing4Free says:

      Hi Pamela. Please click the blue button that says “Check the free pattern and tutorial here”. You’ll be redirected to the tutorial and pattern page. =)

  4. Anne Gray says:

    I am not able to find the free pattern to download and have tried several times, very frustrating. I do love the storage pod and would like to have it mailed to my email address. Please help me with this sewing project. Thank you.

    • Peggy Cleary says:

      Be sure you open the page in your browser, not Pinterest. You will need to click on the pattern, then click on “download the pattern here” to get to the actual directions and pattern. Hope this helps.

  5. Rachel says:

    Love the fabric! Can anyone tell me who it’s made by or where u can get it?

  6. jean BRANFOOT says:

    just found this link, going to have a go tomorrow making one. Thank you for the instructions and pattern.

  7. Mara says:

    I can’t figure out which “corners” to box? Can anyone help with further details/instructions?!

  8. shyla says:

    Meticulous

  9. Lindabod says:

    I’m trying to print the pattern can anyone help me please

  10. Lanie says:

    Very cute! I just made 2 of these. I made one at the original size and also enlarged the pattern to 125% and made one at that size.
    Thanks for the pattern!

  11. Shirley Pender says:

    Thank you so much I will certainly be giving this a go .

  12. Yolande Bergeron says:

    Merci
    I shall make it to open up space on my sewing table
    Thank you again for this free pattern.
    MIMI

  13. LizaG says:

    Super cute! Thank you very much.

  14. Jan Myers says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern. So cute. Can’t wait to print out.

  15. Debra says:

    Adorable! I love them!

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