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How to Make a No Sew Fabric Cellphone Pouch


We've all been there - you read into your pocket or purse and wonder, where did I put my cellphone? Leave that panic behind and learn how to make a no sew fabric cellphone pouch. No sew crafts are perfect for every kind of crafter.

Use an old t-shirt or fabric from your stash to create this pouch - it's a great way to use old scraps and save money! Rather than a needle and thread, use Aleene’s Fabric Tacky Pack to construct your craft. Add buttons and other embellishments of your choice to turn your piece into a one-of-a-kind accessory. This is a great gift for a girl who has just received her first cellphone!



For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out No Sew Cellphone Pouch.

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