What pouch material do you find the best for just any toy materials?

DreamWolf DreamWolf
Or do you think that different toy materials should be kept in different pouches?
12/18/2011
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LaLaLouise LaLaLouise
I'm pretty sure satin would be a good option for just about anything. It's less likely to produce lint. Although if it's a cheap satin-like material and you throw it in the washer and dryer it may get those little fuzz balls stuck to it. But as long as your toys are clean and dry before going in, it shouldn't be a problem. If most of your toy bags would be about the same size, you can have different materials on the outside to help you know which is which when reaching for it in the dark, with satin on the inside. Just my suggestion
12/18/2011
DreamWolf DreamWolf
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Originally posted by LaLaLouise
I'm pretty sure satin would be a good option for just about anything. It's less likely to produce lint. Although if it's a cheap satin-like material and you throw it in the washer and dryer it may get those little fuzz balls stuck to it. ... More
Sounds most useful to me...
12/19/2011
Chirple Chirple
I've been considering making my own and I think I'd go for silk charmeuse on the inside and velvet on the outside. Possibly some padding if it was for a glass toy or other delicate one.
12/19/2011
DreamWolf DreamWolf
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Originally posted by Chirple
I've been considering making my own and I think I'd go for silk charmeuse on the inside and velvet on the outside. Possibly some padding if it was for a glass toy or other delicate one.
Sounds purrrfect, I am strongly thinking about it too, it isn't that hard at all to throw one together even if you make it by hand with the greatest detailing...
12/20/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
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Originally posted by Chirple
I've been considering making my own and I think I'd go for silk charmeuse on the inside and velvet on the outside. Possibly some padding if it was for a glass toy or other delicate one.
Ooh, this sounds really nice! I wish I was crafty enough to make my own pouches.

I like silk pouches because they don't collect or produce fuzzies that stick to my silicone goodies.
12/21/2011
DreamWolf DreamWolf
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Originally posted by Love Perpetua
Ooh, this sounds really nice! I wish I was crafty enough to make my own pouches.

I like silk pouches because they don't collect or produce fuzzies that stick to my silicone goodies.
Well I guess if you don't wanna make a big fuss of it you just drop into a store where you can find such materials, even in big popular supermarkets, grab the first velvet and silk fabrics you like, then just pick up a needle with a matching color to throw the materials together, some scissoring, a half hour to make one I guess, once I sat down and made 4 little pouches in different wonderful colors, plushy materials, made one for a beautiful snake pipe of mine, the 3 others for tobacco, oregano, and mixture of both, was done with them all in 2 hours probably, they are still around and serving the good cause...
12/22/2011
geliebt geliebt
I make them out of cotton, usually. Most clean cottons do fine for toy storage =D
12/22/2011
DreamWolf DreamWolf
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Originally posted by geliebt
I make them out of cotton, usually. Most clean cottons do fine for toy storage =D
Hmmm yeppp, I am strongly thinking about cotton too...
12/23/2011
Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
Cotton and velvet must be fine I think.
02/26/2012
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