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Picture of A Zelda Triforce Belt Pouch

Do you like Zelda? Do you want to be able to carry more stuff than will fit in your pockets without having a bag to keep track of? I do and I did. I designed this belt pouch to hold my doodling pens and my notebook. It is a happy accident that it also fits my nintendo switch! I combined a bunch of skills I have been refining through other projects that help to make this bag shine. So come along with me and see how I made a Triforce Belt Pouch.

Step 1: Tools, Materials, and Software


  • Computer
  • 3d Printer (I use a Prusa Mk3 but I also tested the design on an Anet A8)
  • CNC Embroidery Machine (I use a Brother 400se)
  • Sewing Machine (my Brother also doubles as a sewing machine)
  • Seam Ripper
  • Small Scissors
  • Iron
  • Fabric Scissors
  • Marking Pencil
  • Something Round (I used a roll of tape)
  • Black Permanent Marker
  • Fabric Measuring Tape
  • Hand Sewing Needles
  • Pins


  • Fabric (I used an old pair of pants that I had worn a hole in the seat of from riding my bike)
  • Gold Filament for your printer (I used this one)
  • Golden Machine Embroidery Thread(I used this one)
  • Tear Away Stabilizer
  • Thread(A matching color for your fabric)
  • Washable Gluestick


Very nice! And I love that the button is decorative and practicle :)
Thanks. I'm really happy with how the button turned out too.
Pangolin-Tree2 months ago
This looks pretty awesome, all I need is a belt and pants that require one :D
mikeasaurus2 months ago
Great stuff, you (Hy)rule!
TinkeringProductions (author)  mikeasaurus2 months ago
Thanks. Also excellent word play it got a laugh from me this morning.
audreyobscura2 months ago
Totally awesome! This was fun to follow along with :D
Thanks! I had a fun time making it. I'm glad you had fun following my process.