Tissue Box Covers & Pouch Cozies: {Free Patterns}

Here’s a nice mix of crafty projects for tissue boxes and pouches, most are sewn but there are a few other crafty techniques offered too. I’ve organized them into two separate groups for easier browsing, enjoy!

canadianliving.com
canadianliving.com
Reversible: Fits standard size 4-3/8″ wide x 5-1/2″ tall x 4-3/8″ deep. Free pdf template available.

Buttoned Loops: Material of your choice folds up the sides and is fastened in place with buttons and elastic loops.

kirinote.blogspot.ca
kirinote.blogspot.ca
bhg.com
bhg.com
Felted: Knit on circular needles, work one rectangle in the same manner of each color and sew together after felting.

Fabric: Can be made for any size. The top is made from two pieces, so as to allow the kleenex through the top, and then you need four sides and some contrasting binding at the bottom.

thesmallobject.com
thesmallobject.com
craftynest.com
craftynest.com
Mod: This updates an old wooden box with paint, square woodsies and wood glue.

Photocraft’s: This recovers a plain wooden cover with snapshots, Creative Imaginations Narratives Negative Strip, self-adhesive paper and sealer.

shelterrific.com
shelterrific.com
ayumills.blogspot.ca
ayumills.blogspot.ca
Reversible: Made with elastic and assorted strips of pretty material. This will fit 8.2″ x 8.4″.

Zig-Zag Edges: Not a full tutorial because it’s just too simple, linen pieces are sewn together with a zigzag (raw edges exposed).

tumblingblocks.blogspot.ca
tumblingblocks.blogspot.ca
thepleatedpoppy.com
thepleatedpoppy.com
Mod Podge & Fabric: Easy to custom fit to any size and shape of your choice.

Handkerchief Wrapped: Made with a few clever ties of a handkerchief. The DIY site it references is in Japanese but still check out the pictures if you need more guidance.

sternlab.org
sternlab.org
theroyalsisters.blogspot.ca
theroyalsisters.blogspot.ca
Granny Square: (crochet) Made with 8 ply yarn, a 3.5mm crochet hook and wool needle. Sized to fit 12cm x 21.5cm x 8.5cm.

Catherine Wheel: (crochet) Cheery with a picot edging and body done in rows of colorful clusters.

lovestitches.blogspot.ca
lovestitches.blogspot.ca
janome.com
janome.com
Wrap: You’ll need four 14″ squares of coordinating material to make this.

dontlooknow.typepad.com
dontlooknow.typepad.com
Pretty Print: Made with two pieces of material, a print for the outer and a solid for the lining.

With Strap: Learn how to make and attach a buttoned strap so you can hang it on a purse or tote.

lemonsqueezyhome.com
lemonsqueezyhome.com
zakkalife.blogspot.ca
zakkalife.blogspot.ca
Zakka: (knit) Made with worsted weight cotton yarn.

Patchwork: Use pretty scraps to make this charming item. Easy sewing project.

jemimabean.blogspot.ca
jemimabean.blogspot.ca
craftleftovers.com
craftleftovers.com
With Buttons & Rick Rack: Made with two pieces of contrasting material, buttons and rick rack for embellishment.

Trimmed: Made with midweight fabric and coordinating trim to jazz things up a bit.

craftapalooza.typepad.com
craftapalooza.typepad.com
resweater.blogspot.ca
resweater.blogspot.ca
Recycled Wool: Made with felted wool (not stiff) and an applique (if you wish).

Basic: A basic design using four coordinating pieces of fabric.

littlebitfunky.com
littlebitfunky.com
marthastewart.com
marthastewart.com
Felt: Made with a square of felt that has the edges finished with pinking shears and embellished as you like.

Pretty: (crochet) A dainty design featuring charming flowers and an envelope style pouch.

crochetmagazine.com
crochetmagazine.com
tishastamps.com
tishastamps.com
Layered: Made with strips of three coordinating prints and a cute button for embellishment.

Feminine: Simple crochet pattern using yarn in two colors (one for the body and one for edging).

crochetmemories.com
crochetmemories.com

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