Cuff Pouch

Based on a tutorial found on Family Chic

You’ll need an old menswear shirt.

Cut off the cuff.

Fold cuff in half so that the buttonhole side is longer than the side with the button. The longer side should fold over and the button hole and button should meet. Pin in place.

Stitch the sides closed.

You could also use these as a gift bag for a piece of jewelry or to hold rosary beads.

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