I'd like to know if anyone is interested in making a seamless pouch--I do have illustrated instructions that I could easily scan and post--if so, just leave me a comment.
This one holds my granddaughter's special dollar coins. I made this little one to try out an art lesson. I even measured the length of the weft yarn (yellow), to weave the pouch with one continuous strand of yarn--(no extra ends to end off) This lesson proved to be a bit tough--every student needed one on one--I canned the lesson, but I still love the pouch and how it's made with just a piece of cardboard or mat board.
One of my children made this one years ago--it holds all sorts of little game pieces.
I found the instructions for the pouch in a craft book long ago--I couldn't even tell you the book it was in. I love how it's seamless and the pull ties or ribbons are woven right in with the rest of the pouch. All the ends are worked back in while still on the board. The very best part of making these bags is the final sliding of the pouch off the mat board! Turn it right side out and it's finished!
If you have extra small lengths of yarn--you can make a pouch!
Here's some little ones my granddaughter and I made. We used hemp yarn for the warp (the yarn that goes up and down on the mat board loom) for strength. I like using all natural fibers, but I do have lots of cheap craft yarn left over from my teaching days.