Pacifier Pocket/ Pouch

I had a couple of babies that LOVED their paci! We had to have several on hand at all times. I remember frantically digging through the diaper bag looking for the elusive Binky, finally finding one stuck to the bottom of the bag, covered in crumbs and gunk! I wish I’d had one of these back then!!
This is a little Pacifier pocket that will hold several pacifiers. It is lined with vinyl (fused) fabric! This is a simple project that only took a few minutes to whip up!
My lables were designed and made by MommyMadeIt on etsy! Cute and great prices too!
This pattern is a Copyright of Jana Nielson , Lola…again!!! 2008. It is intended for personal, non-commercial use. You may not make and sell items using this pattern. Thanks!
Step 1- Make a paper pattern. One piece is 4″ x 6″. The other is 7″ x 4 “, taper the top of this one however you would like.
Step 2– From outside fabric, lining fabric, and iron on vinyl cut 1 of each pattern piece.

Step 3- remove vinyl from backing and place on the right side of your fabric.

Step 4– place the paper, that you just peeled off the vinyl, shiny side down on top of the vinyl. Press with Iron set on Wool setting. It only takes a few seconds to fuse.

Step 5– allow it to cool, and peel the paper off. Repeat with other lining piece.

Step 6– Sew a 1″ piece of Velcro about 1/2″ down from the top of long piece. Sew lining together.

Step 7– Cut a one inch square out of each corner.

Step 8– Fold so side seam matches up with bottom seam and stitch across at 1/4″.

Step 9- Sew the outside together the same way that you did the lining. Sew the other half of the Velcro on the front, about 1/2″ down from the edge.

Step 10– Put lining inside of outer bag- wrong sides together.

Step 11– Fold the top edges in 1/4″- 1/2″, pin in place, then carefully stitch around the edge.

Your Paci bag is finished!! Embellish it with whatever you want, or leave it plain!

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25 thoughts on “Pacifier Pocket/ Pouch

  1. Okay, so that is so cute! Too bad I don’t have a reason to make one. Marshy hated the paci. I LOVE your “lola again” tag, too. Did you make them? Or order them from somewhere? So cute!

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  2. Great job on both tuitorials and way cool sewing machine!Hopefully your students in your class will not entertain themselves between instuction by sticking pins into the skin of their hands. Young skin (summer fashion camp time again) seems rather resilient to this….old skin would just be wrong!Terisa

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  3. Another amazing tute! Where do you get your lola labels? I was wanting to order some so I could start sewing them in my aprons and such. I think yours are super cute!

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  4. I had a passy lover at my house as well. Could never find one when I needed it. I am with you, sure could of used one of these. What a great idea. No suprise though! You are one creative woman.

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  5. I wish my baby loved his binky like the last one did . . .I saw something like this at TJ Maxx and thought it was so cool. Glad to know now I can make my own! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. My sister is expecting a baby in the end of November and I have a five month old niece who thinks her binky is the best thing ever. I can’t wait to make some of these! I was thinking about adding a small strap near the top with a snap or clasp so that you could hook it to the strap of your diaper bag or (in my case, where everything else ends up too, lol) a belt loop so it doesn’t get sucked into the bottomless pit of the bag. Anyone have any suggestions for this?

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  7. I worked this pattern last night. I was surprised how fast it was! I chose to not add the vinyl so I can just throw them in the washing machine. Thank you so much

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  8. I love your site,and the Izzy and Ivy site, when and where can I buy the patterns? Also where did you get the iron on vinyl, the ladies at Joannes had no idea what i was talking about. Thanks so much

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