I wanted a little pouch for my ipod earphones, so that when I kept them in my purse they wouldnt get dirty or tangled.
I have also used this concept to make larger bags for guinea pigs - so that they don't snag their toes on raw edges. In that case, the inside fabric is fleece to keep them warm.
I decided I wanted a bag with no seams, and it was a little complicated - so here is the tutorial:
1. Cut 4 pieces of fabric - 2 for the outside of the bag, and 2 for the inside. They can be all the same color, or complementing colors. I made mine 4" x 5" for a very small pouch. This concept would work for bigger bags as well. For instance, my guinea pig bags were 11" wide and 13" tall when finished.
2. Place the 2 squares of the same color right sides together. For the fabric that will be the outside of the bag, sew along 3 sides, leaving the top open.
For the fabric that will be the inside of the bag, sew along 3 sides, but leave a 2+ inch hole in the bottom (for turning it right side out eventually) and leave the top open. See photo below:
3. Turn the fabric being used for the inside of the bag right side out. Then, put it inside the other bag. See photos:
9. Add sew on velcro.