This is a fairly straight forward tutorial for a lined zippered pouch. I love this one because it's just the right size for your necessities, and it would be a perfect bag inside of a bag for traveling and such. Who says you can't travel in style? Silliness. SUPPLIES - 9" ZIPPER (I USED THE FANCY SPARKLY KIND) - LINING FABRIC - ROTARY CUTTER OR SCISSORS - SEWING MACHINE, OR NEEDLE AND THREAD - Holographic fabric paper (felt aisle in Hobby Lobby) or holographic leather First, cut the leather/fabric paper in half, and the lining into two pieces with measurements 5.5" by 4.5". Line up one piece of lining behind the zipper, flush to the edge, as shown . Then lay a piece of the holographic fabric face down on top of the zipper, lining it up with the same edges. Pinning is not a bad idea here, but I didn't have much trouble free-handing it. Sew with a 1/4" seam allowance Once those pieces have been sewed together, flip both fabrics to the other side and top-stich with about 1/4" allowance again. Take care to make sure your lining fabric isn't bunching up underneath while you sew. This will ensure the lining won't get caught up in the zipper. Repeat these steps for the other side. Now comes the hardest part; sewing over the zipper. Here the holographic fabric goes right sides together, and lining pieces together. Unzip your zipper a little bit over halfway, otherwise you won't be able to flip it. Make sure your zipper is folded towards the holographic fabric, meaning the teeth will be towards the lining fabric. I started sewing at the bottom of the lining (bottom right corner of the photo) and over the part of the zipper where there weren't teeth to sew over. Continue around the edges until you reach the zipper. Now, go slowly, and use the wheel to manually sew over the zipper. If you reach a part where the needle won't go through, pick up the foot, and adjust as necessary until the needle makes it past the rough patch. Leave at least 4 inches open at the bottom of the lining. Trim each corner, especially the holographic fabric, to make nice corners when you flip it. Now, reach your hand into the gap of the lining, through the zipper, to the holographic fabric and pull it through the hole in the lining. IT'S LIKE MAGIC. You can handsew or machine sew the lining closed. Now, that wasn't so hard was it? Show it off, or make one for all of your friends! I know you want to.