Are you prepared for minor medical emergencies?
My husband and son recently attended a training course where there was a big emphasis on first aid skills and being prepared for those minor medical emergencies like cuts, scratches, bee stings, and other unforeseen injuries.
One of the key takeaways was that you should always have a first aid kit with you or as nearby as possible, particularly when traveling in your car or far away from home.
When he got home, my son asked me if I could help him put together a bag for a first aid kit that would be easy to keep in the car and go wherever he went.
While I have designed many, many bag patterns of the years, I never really focussed on one that would make a good first aid kit.
I had a look through our previous designs and some would work well, particularly the running belt pattern linked below, and maybe even the super popular small backpack pattern that we did a few years ago, but my son wanted something specifically designed for the purpose so I put together a collection of the best first aid kit sewing patterns I could find to see if we could find the right one.
As I usually do, I wanted to share this list with you!
Why not try one of our designs?
We recently published a running belt or money belt pattern that would work really well as a small, portable first aid kit. If you haven't seen this free sewing pattern, please check it out below:
First Aid Kit Sewing Patterns Roundup
Here's a huge list of first aid kit sewing patterns that I hope will help you be more prepared for those minor medical emergencies.
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I love these boo boo bags aka ouch pouch .. i did a mini quilt swap and got one and i had to email to get the website to make my own so stinking cute!