I love having pretty things made from fabric I love, and my inhaler case is no exception. I really wanted something with stiff sides to protect the inhaler as much as possible, and this case was the result of my testing.

With the method outlined here, you too can make multiple inhaler pouches to suit your needs, and make them as individual as the person carrying them.

The inhaler I made this for measures 9.5cm x 6cm x 4cm. If yours is larger or smaller, then obviously scale the dimensions as required.

Step 1: Preparation Of Materials

You need a firm fusible interfacing such as Vilene pelmet or extra firm, interior fabric, exterior fabric, and a fastening.

Exterior fabric:

  • 1 piece 13.5cm x 27cm

Interior fabric:

  • 1 piece 13.5cm x 9cm
  • 1 piece 13.5cm x 20cm

Fusible interfacing:

  • 1 piece 11.5cm x 25cm


  • 1 snap, strip of Velcro, button, or other fastening as desired
<p>Nice job! Love them both, but especially the RAINBOW!</p>

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