Storage Pods Sewing Pattern

Rated 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


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I’ll let you decide what to put in yours! The possibilities are endless… Sewing room? Kitchen? Kids rooms?

They are quick to make and straight forward enough for a beginner to tackle.

They can be made from 2 fat quarters so a fat quarter bundle could make you a whole family!

Finished size  11” high x 6” wide

Skill Level : Beginner – Medium



5 reviews for Storage Pods Sewing Pattern

  1. Beth Studley

    Hi there. The fabric used were from my last collection ‘walkabout’ which is pretty much sold out now. You may find some available if you look online. I have new one coming out it the next few weeks. Its called Radiance. I will have some available to buy in my shop soon.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5


    I too would like to find this fabric where can I find it to use with my pattern please

    • Beth Studley

      Hi there. This pattern has bee out a little while and the fabrics used are from my previous collection Walkabout. If you search online you may find some stock… Or I have a brand new collection recently released so you could make it in that one… I will have some for sale in my shop in the next few days.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    great patterns and fabrics…

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’m in the process of making a couple of these right now, as I think they’re so cute, and can be used in so many ways. I do wonder why there are no markings (notches, dots, something) so that it makes it easier to know how the bottom piece fits on. The directions say the base of the pod is slightly oval, so be sure to line it up so the flatter sides sit at the front and back of the pod However, I don’t find the piece to be particularly oval. It looks more round to me. Markings to help with the linng up process would be great! Thanks!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Adele Berkin

    I made this for my friend’s daugher in Lewis and Irene Enchanted Forest…outer fabric was the forest and inner fabric was the tunnels and burrows beneath the forest. It was my first of Beth’s patterns and I did make a small mistake on the back seam so read carefully and you will have a great time making this. I used 2 sided Bosal from Empress Mills as the stiffener and it worked very well, recipient was delighted!!

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