It's a Pretty Modern Life and free! I had no trouble at all with this tutorial. It is a great one. I am going to be making one more of these soon. Did I change it? Of course. It's an inch or two bigger in width. Since the markings required use the ends of the fabric and measuring in a half an inch from that, changes in size are really easy--for me that's sayin' something. I am somewhat challenged in this area as demonstrated in the second pouch.
The second one is from a Etsy pattern from Projects by Jane. It's called the Sexy Zippy Wristlet. I think I lost the sexy part, but consider it a bit zippy. This one has some instructions that are great for even the really new sewer. I still had a hard time, though, with understanding the edge sewing on each side of the zipper. I'm sure it's me. I have trouble with these things. I really needed more photos to understand how to sew the edges around the zipper ends. I finally just pushed on through, but think I should have been doing it differently.
Yes, I changed that one, too. I always want bigger so...
I thought I had a metal piece to make the handle detachable, but it turned out to be too big. I'm happy with the sewn-on handle, though. One thing I would do next time: cut the darts out when cutting out the pattern. The lines there are sewing lines, so the cutting triangle would be in a quarter of an inch from there for me. I found it cumbersome to get the darts together later with the zipper in place. I think the cut lines would be easier for me to work through.
Thank you to sewing muse, Sandra, whose blog I "mine" for inspiration and tutorial and pattern sources. Now I've got to go visit her to find ideas for zipper pulls.