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Hand Sanitizer Pod PDF pattern and video tutorial

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Watch the video tutorial here:
This item supplies printable pattern pieces with just video instructions, (No written instructions with this one all on comprehensive video)


An Easy sewing pattern Suitable for domestic sewing machines

A pouch for a small hand sanitiser bottle 30-60ml

Can be made with or without the flap


Attach it inside or outside your bag, snap it onto a belt loop, or wear as a lanyard. Great for gifts and a quick make for sew and sell


Approximate finished dimensions: 12 x 7.5cm (4 ¾ x 3”)

Skill level: Easy beginner friendly


Lots of other uses too, it can also be used for Earphones, hygiene products, lipstick, medicines, tissues USB sticks even as a doggy poop bag holder to hang from your belt. Add a longer strap and use as a lanyard

If you follow the video to the end I’ll let you know how to change the size to suit your needs so you can increase for any size of bottle and also turn it into a pouch for spectacles, money, phone – basically anything.

Delivered by instant download and includes full-size computer-generated pattern pieces and a link to the video tutorial so you can sew along with me.


❤ Instant Download

❤ Video Tutorial included

❤ Full sized computer drafted PDF pattern pieces included

❤ All measurements given in inches and cm

❤ Printer friendly. Prints on US letter size or A4 paper

❤ Size check feature to verify your printer settings


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Within a few minutes of payment, you will be able to download this PDF pattern. You will be able to print out the pattern from your own computer. The pattern comes with complete instructions featuring diagrams and photos.
YOU WILL NEED ADOBE ACROBAT TO OPEN THE FILE. You probably already have it, but if not, you can download for free at

See my help video on how to open and print PDF patterns here: PDFs

You will need:

  • Outer fabric and lining – Scraps of quilting cotton
  • Medium Weight fusible interfacing – eg Vilene 220, WovenFuse, SF101
  • ¾” swivel clasp or trigger hook (Optional)
  • ½” Magnetic clasp – but most sizes will work, or substitute for Velcro
  • All Purpose thread to match outer or contrast.

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Items made using this pattern can be sold in small scale in your own online store, local boutiques, craft fairs, etc. Start your own sewing business today! Please offer Spencer Ogg credit in written descriptions. Please do not share this pattern with anyone, instead direct them to my shop for their own copy! Thank You!
**Because this is an electronic file, there are no refunds once the pattern has been emailed.**

1 review for Hand Sanitizer Pod PDF pattern and video tutorial

  1. KcThankful Mercy

    Although this pattern was written for carrying a hand sanitizer in a jazzy looking case, I used it to make a “key fob” holder. Those keyfobs are too expensive to just leave dangling on your keychain or flopping about in your handbag. This is the PERFECT solution to keep that keyfob nice and new/protected.
    This is such a quick make and I can think of several other applications/uses for it. HIGHLY RECOMMEND this quick project!

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