By Renae Frey

How to Make DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Learn how to make these silverware pouches with this easy DIY craft tutorial. These adorable little pouches are perfect for any table setting and you can use them over and over again.

The perfect place to stash your silverware and napkin is inside these clever pouches. A great addition to any table decor.

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Table settings are always more special and fun when they include silverware pouches.

Not only do they look nice, but they also make it easy to serve your guests.

Plus, they’re really easy to make-you just need a few basic supplies.

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to make your own silverware pouches in just a few simple steps.

So why not give it a try?

You might be surprised at how easy it is!

Today, I am sharing How to Make DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Come on, I’ll show you.

How to Make DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

If you’re looking for a way to add a touch of cottage style to your table decor, silverware pouches made from burlap and ribbon are the perfect solution.

They’re simple and easy to make, and they can be adapted to fit any style or holiday.

Plus, they make great gifts!

Follow these simple steps to create your own pouches.

This easy craft project makes a perfect gift, or can be used to dress up your table decor.

What do I need to make a silverware pouch?

burlap ribbon, taupe and white gingham ribbon spool, scissors, thread, quilt ruler
DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

These easy silverware pouches couldn’t be easier to make.

And, they only take a couple of items to make them.

You will need 2 1/2″ wide burlap ribbon, thread and the ribbon of your choice.

I love gingham, so I chose this pretty tan and white gingham check ribbon.

How do I make a silverware pouch?

DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor, quilt ruler, beige thread, ironing board, stone wallpaper
DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Step 1: Measure and cut your burlap ribbon. I cut mine at 12 inches.

DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor, burlap ribbon, straight pins
DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Step 2: Fold down the end edges to create a “cuff”. The pin it.

DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor
DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Step 3: Then fold it in half and pin it.

Have you tried making your own silverware pouches?

They’re really simple to make and can be adapted to fit any style or holiday.

Plus, they make great gifts! If you want to give them a try, follow these simple steps.

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We hope you have as much fun making these pouches as we did!

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DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Step 4: Press it flat. Now it is ready to sew.

DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor, sewing machine, thread, beige ribbon, stick pins, wedding ring
DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Step 5: Sew the sides.

I always reinforce the seams by going back and forth at the ends.

This will make your pouches much more durable.

DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor, gingham ribbon, silverware pouch
DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

Step 6: Then just add your ribbon.

It’s that easy!

I love how they turned out.

They are so cute.

Thanks for following along with our tutorial on how to make a silverware pouch!

We hope you’ll give it a try.

If you do, be sure to share pictures of your finished product on our blog or on social media using the hashtag #favecrafts.

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We can’t wait to see what you create!

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DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor

You can easily customize them by switching out the ribbon.

For Fourth of July.

For the Fall.

For Christmas.

For Valentine’s Day.

For Easter.

Thanks for following along with our simple tutorial on how to make your own silverware pouches.

We hope you’ll give it a try! If you do, be sure to share photos of your finished product on our blog or on social media.

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6 thoughts on “How to Make DIY Silverware Pouches-Perfect for any Table Decor”

  1. What a cute idea Renae! All of your tablescapes are beautiful!!!

  2. Renae,
    These are just adorable. I’m sharing a link on my Dirt Road Adventures tomorrow.

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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