How to make a tissue pouch

How to make a tissue pouch

I actually never thought I would need a pocket tissue holder. But as I have gotten older my allergies have gotten worse and I use more tissue than I used to so I started carrying around pocket tissues in my purse. I didn’t realize that the package would fall apart within a week of it rattling around in there. So here I am actually making a pocket tissue holder. Since I was making one for myself I figured that I would show you the process step-by-step so that you could make one for yourself. This is a super simple process that only requires scrap fabric and basic sewing skills to complete. In fact, there are only four seams in this entire project. The rest is using an iron. Believe me anyone can make this project. So lets get started.

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What you will Need:

  • 6 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ piece of outer fabric
  • 7 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ piece of lining fabric
  • Iron
  • Standard sewing supplies

Step 1: Make a Pocket Tissue Holder

Cut your fabrics to the designated sizes. I used some scrap fabrics that I had on hand. In my example the red and white fabric is the outer fabric and the solid red is the lining fabric. You will notice that the lining fabric is larger than the outer fabric. This is done on purpose.

Step 2: Make a Pocket Tissue Holder

With right sides together sew the lining piece to the outer piece at the short ends using a 1/4″ seam allowance. You will notice that there will be a difference in lengths of the long sides. Don’t worry. This will make sense when you press the fabric.

How to make a tissue pouch

Step 3: Make a Pocket Tissue Holder

Turn the piece right sides out and press flat so that there is 1/4″ of the lining showing on each side of the outer fabric. There is a lot of pressing in this project and in all sewing projects. In fact a good iron is on my list of sewing room must haves. I purchased this iron about a year ago and I absolutely love it. I use it everyday for the posts here at Sew very Crafty and for my personal sewing as well. It is cordless which makes it perfect for me and works like a gem. I purchased it from one of my affiliates, Sewing Machines Plus, for a really good price and free shipping so if you are in the market for a new iron please check this one out here. It is perfect for the beginner and advanced sewist.

How to make a tissue pouch

Step 4: Make a Pocket Tissue Holder

Fold the long edges so that the meet in the center of the piece and press. You should only be seeing the lining fabric at this point.

How to make a tissue pouch

Step 5: Make a Pocket Tissue Holder

Stitch along the short ends. I used an overlock stitch on my regular sewing machine for this to protect the raw edges but you can use a straight stitch and follow it up with a zig zag or just keep it raw. It is totally up to you.

How to make a tissue pouch

Step 6: Make a Pocket Tissue Holder

Turn the piece right sides out and put in your tissues and you have completed your pocket tissue holder.

Pocket tissue is a little thing that sometimes you look for it in an unexpected place. Yep, I got that all the time, when I am in the lounge waiting for an airplane, or when we walk in the mall, the kids asking for a tissue. So, even it looks like an unnecessary thing, but you need to have it on hand all the time.

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To make it looks more beautiful other than plastic wrappers, you can make the pocket size tissue case from fabric. It won’t take a long time to sew it. I can say in ten minutes you can make a pocket tissue holder that is beautiful and useful.

What You Need To Make Pocket Tissue Holder

This project needs a little amount of fabric. It is a great way to repurpose used clothes, or if you have a stash of fabric scraps.

I use fat quarter cotton fabric because it’s inexpensive and fun prints. You will get three pieces of pocket tissue holders if you are using one of this type of fabric size. You can get a fat quarter bundles in any craft store or online fabric store.

  • 1 pcs fat quarter cotton fabric
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Lighter
  • Sewing machine
  • Ironing machine

How To Sew Pocket Tissue Holder

Measure the fabric into 7.2 inches x 14.5 inches or 18.5 cm x 37 cm. Cut the ribbon 3.3 inches long or 8.5 cm, fold it in half and burn the cut edge to prevent fraying.

Fold the fabric with the right side facing each other. Sew along the raw edge and leave 4 inches for the opening.

Turn the fabric inside out then press it with ironing machine. Put the ribbon on one of the stitched sides.

Fold the fabric about 2 inches from each edge of the short length. Topstitch along the short sides, this will also close the opening at the same time. Turn it right side out.

Now you have a beautiful and perfect pocket tissue holder. The best thing with this pocket tissue holder is that there is no raw and frayed fabric visible. The final size is about 5.9 inches x 3.1 inches or 15 cm x 8 cm that will fit most pocket tissue size.

Remove the plastic wrapper then put all the tissue into the holder. You can also keep the wrapper, tear the plastic in the middle then insert the whole package onto the tissue holder.

Pocket Tissue Holder For DIY Gift Ideas

You can make a bunch of this easy pocket tissue case for back to school, birthday party favor, or stocking stuffers. Keep one or two on your purse for traveling or anytime when you need it. Attach the tissue holder as a backpack charm that also useful at the same time.

Tissue holder is also great for DIY gift ideas like teacher appreciation gift, Christmas gift, or Mother days gift. Kids love this tissue holder, especially if it using bright and cheerful print. It is also one of an easy sewing craft you can do with kids.

I can’t believe I didn’t already know this – how to make the easiest pocket tissue holder ever!

How to make a tissue pouch

How to make a tissue pouch

I feel like I must have been living under a rock or something, I’m not quite sure how this has happened. I make things. I’ve been making little bits and pieces my whole life so how is it possible I’ve never seen this way of making super cute, super easy fabric holders for your pocket pack of tissues until now? How? How?

This all started a few weeks ago when I finally got round to sorting out my fabric stash. I tend to keep it all – big bits, little bits, teeny tiny left overs from all the sewing I’ve ever done, charity shop bargains that I think I might make into something else one day. Plus I inherited quite a bit from my mum and my nan who both sewed a lot.

I got it all out, thinking I would be ruthless, get rid of all the bits too small to actually do anything with.

It looked like this:

How to make a tissue pouch

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! Can you tell where I was sitting as I got it all out around me!

The trouble with fabric is that even tiny bits COULD be made into something. To throw it away just seems so wrong. So instead I decided I’m going to “Sew my Stash” and started looking on Pinterest for quick ideas to use these tiny bits. I found a cute folded coaster idea and from there a folded fabric tissue pouch. All I could find at the time was one of those long pins with simple step by step but it didn’t lead anywhere, so I played about a bit and took some photos as I went to show you how, just in case this is something you’ve not seen before either.

I made LOADS, I’m not kidding, if you know me in real life there is a good chance you will get one of these as part of your next birthday present! The first one (photographed for the tutorial) I added a length of elastic on the back for a little bottle of hand sanitiser, that is completely optional, just miss it out if you don’t want that.

To sew an easy Pocket Pack Tissue Pouch you will need:

How to make a tissue pouch

Optional A length of ribbon, approx 5″ ish

The ribbon is to make the hanging loop. the elastic is so you can add a travel sized bottle of hand sanitiser to the back if you’d like to. Both are completely optional, just miss them out if you don’t want them.

How to make a tissue pouch

Fold both 4″x4″ bits in half and 2 of the 6″x 4″ bits also. Press with the iron.

Now you just layer the pieces up.

Lay the remaining unfolded 6″x4″ pieces on the table RIGHT SIDE UP, this is the back of the tissue pouch.

1) If using them, place the elastic and the ribbon; folded in half onto the back

2) to 5) lay the folded fabric pieces on as shown, making sure the folded edge is always to the middle

How to make a tissue pouch

6) lift the corner of the first piece and tuck the last piece under (that’s in the top right corner of these photos) then pin to hold everything in place

How to make a tissue pouch

7) stitch all the way round leaving a 1/2″ seam allowance –

you will want to stitch a little straighter than I did!

8) if you are adding a ribbon tag, when you get to it just reverse back over where the ribbon is just to reinforce it, then carry on

9) trim the corners as shown and the seam allowance. You can neaten the raw edge however you like, I used my pinking shears as you can see

10) turn the pouch out through the gap in the middle

Use something pointy to poke the corners into shape, a chop stick or similar, do not jam your fabric scissors into the corner too hard or your might do this:

How to make a tissue pouch

I also discovered that some tissue packs open at the end now, rather than in the middle. My seam ripper turned out to be perfect for making a middle opening to make the tissues work with the pouches I had just made.

How to make a tissue pouch

Squeeze the tissues into the pouch and that’s it – done!

How to make a tissue pouch

I am a little disappointed that I wasn’t more careful thinking about the placement of the strawberries, they are all rather hidden on the front. The back is all strawberry fabric though so it’s not too awful.

How to make a tissue pouch

This is just a small selection of the ones I made, you can see I didn’t measure the ribbons and I only actually put the elastic on the first one. I am keeping my eyes open for prettier elastic for the next batch.

How to make a tissue pouch

You can use 5 different fabric, just 2 or 3 complimentary ones or all the same, whatever you have that needs using up.

How to make a tissue pouch

I’ve made tissue pack holders before, using the more traditional method.

How to make a tissue pouch

I made this one for my mum many, many years ago, she always had it with her in her handbag. I can’t bring myself to use it so I keep it in a little box of her things.

I am loving this new method (new to me anyway) so much more. It seems quicker and the raw edges inside are less visible as they are tucked in further.

How to make a tissue pouch

I don’t pretend for a second to have invented this, but just in case you, like me, have missed out on this before, maybe you will enjoy making these as much as I did.

These pocket pack tissue holders are If you are a complete beginner and just thinking about taking up sewing as a hobby then you might find the article I put together on “What you need to get started sewing” helpful. I list all the equipment that you’ll need, the essentials that you can’t really manage without.

How to make a tissue pouch

Fabric tissue holders only take about 10 minutes to make and are perfect for beginners!

Do you use the travel tissues in the plastic wrapping and get frustrated when the sticky flap doesn’t stick anymore and then the wrapping starts to fall apart? Tissues end up all over your purse with little fuzzes on them. How about sewing a fabric tissue holder to eliminate that problem! It’s cute and also protects your tissues from all the stuff in your purse! Plus, you can use up some of those fabric scraps you have laying around.

Create a matching small zipper coin purse or fabric key fob to go with your tissue holder!

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How to make a tissue pouch

Tissue holder supplies needed:

  • Scrap fabric – enough for four 5 1/4″ x 4″ pieces. I have chosen some Michael Miller Garden Pindot fabric I had leftover from another sewing project. or scissors if you do not have a rotary cutter and thread

Cut your fabric

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Using your rotary cutter, clear ruler and cutting mat, cut four pieces of fabric measuring 5 1/4 inches x 4 inches each.

Place fabric pieces together

How to make a tissue pouch

Place two of the fabric pieces wrong sides together.

How to make a tissue pouch

Fold the other two fabric pieces in half lengthwise and press.

How to make a tissue pouch

This is what your fabric pieces should look like at this point. See above picture.

Put it all together

How to make a tissue pouch

Next place the folded fabric pieces on top of the two pieces with the wrong sides together. Make sure the folded seems are facing in.

Pin in place

How to make a tissue pouch

Using your straight pins, pin around all the edges to hold in place.

Time to sew

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Sew all around the edges – be sure to go over a couple times where the folds meet for extra strength. See above picture.

Be sure to use the zigzag stitch all around to keep the fabric from fraying.

How to make a tissue pouch

Trim fabric edges and cut the corners.

You are finished!

How to make a tissue pouch

Turn your tissue holder right side out and press the edges for a finished look.

How to make a tissue pouch

Fill your tissue holder with tissues and you are all set! Now you don’t have to worry about using dirty tissues!

I hope you enjoyed this easy fabric tissue holder tutorial. Feel free to leave any comments or ask any questions below. Happy sewing!

How to make a tissue pouch

Fall is finally here! After a long, hot summer, we are more than ready for cooler temps and sweater weather. But with that seasonal change comes plenty of sniffles and sneezing, so we’ve got just the thing to use up some trimmings from your favorite quilts and keep your necessities looking fab! In today’s post, we’re showing you how to sew an easy DIY Travel Tissue Pouch using scraps with a free video tutorial and step-by-step guide. Sniffles don’t stop for winter, so make sure your loved ones have a Tissue Pouch in their favorite color!

How to make a tissue pouch

Watch the Video Tutorial

Kimberly shows you how she made her own DIY Travel Tissue Pouch in this video tutorial. It’s the perfect size to stuff in a stocking, add to a gift or to make for yourself. This pouch is not only great for putting your travel tissues in but also your Sew Fresh Hand Sanitizer!

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Supplies You’ll Need

Other than your regular sewing machine, needle and thread, you only need a handful of supplies to recreate this DIY project! Have a ruler handy, some scraps and you are ready to sew.

  • Scraps of fabric (we used Christmas Figs II by Fig Tree Quilts for Moda Fabrics) by ByAnnie (Available in more colors) by ByAnnie (Available in more colors)

DIY Travel Tissue Pouch Instructions

You can download the DIY Travel Tissue Pouch Diagram to get started.

  1. Front – (2) 4.25” x 5.75” rectangles
  2. Back – (1) 3.5” x 5.75” rectangle
  3. Mesh Pocket – (1) 3.5” x 3.5” square
  4. Elastic Band – (1) 3.5” long piece
  1. Take ‘front’ pieces and fold in half lengthwise, wrong sides together. Press. Sew folded edge with ¼” seam. They will measure approximately 2” x 5.75.”

How to make a tissue pouch

2. Take mesh square and fold over the elastic on the stretchy side. Stitch using a little less than a .25” seam to bind your mesh. Use either the shiny side or the matte side of the elastic.

How to make a tissue pouch

3. Layer this mesh pocket on top of the ‘backing’ piece.

How to make a tissue pouch4. Now layer your top two front pieces on top of your backing and pocket. Use pins/wonder clips to keep in place. Sew using .25” seam all the way around.

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5. Clip the corners to reduce bulk and turn right sides out. Use a point turner on the edges. Insert Tissues and enjoy!

How to make a tissue pouch

If you would like more DIY gift inspiration, you can visit Fat Quarter Shop’s DIY Holiday Gifts Pinterest Board. Fat Quarter Shop’s Pinterest is full of tips, tricks, and video tutorials for all kinds of projects that you’ll enjoy making, giving, and receiving!

Share with #FQSTissuePouch

We hope you decide to make your own version of the DIY Tissue Pouch, and if you do, be sure to share it with us on Facebook and Instagram using #fqstissuepouch so we can see and share your work!

How to make a tissue pouch

When I was first learning to sew, my mom taught me how to make these pocket tissue holders! I was just a kid! This project is easily made if you can stitch a straight line! I think I even made these on my toy sewing machine when I was about 8 or 9 years old. So you know if a kid can make them, they are really easy! They can be make using any type of cotton or cotton-blend fabric. They are quick to make and they’re a nice handmade gift.

Start by cutting 2 rectangles.

Cut one (from the outside fabric) 6″ x 7″

Cut one (from the lining fabric) 6-3/4″ x 7″.

You will notice that the lining fabric is 1/4″ shorter than the outside fabric. The reason I do this is so that after is is sewn and is turned right side out, the lining is a tiny bit smaller. It lays nicer this way. This is a great trick to know!

How to make a tissue pouch

Pin, right sides together as shown above and stitch the short ends (the 6″ sides) using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Notice how the outer fabric is slightly bigger and seems like it doesn’t fit? (Don’t worry. This is how it is supposed to be.)

How to make a tissue pouch

Press the seam toward the lining fabric to get a nice, crisp edge.

How to make a tissue pouch

Turn right side out, press ends again and mark the center of both edges with a pin.

How to make a tissue pouch

Fold the edges (with the lining side out) to meet the pins in the center. See photo above.

How to make a tissue pouch

Stitch both ends using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Stick your thumb into the opening and pull part-way open.

How to make a tissue pouch

Fold and pin as shown above (this is to create a nice, boxed end.)

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Stitch across as shown in the photo above. C

How to make a tissue pouch

Repeat on all 4 corners.

How to make a tissue pouch

Turn it right side out and you will see the boxed ends.

How to make a tissue pouch

You know the saying “they don’t make ’em like they used to?” Years ago, the Kleenex pocket tissues used to have one straight slit across the top where the tissues pulled out, Now, their “newfangled” package has this little curved slit. See below.

How to make a tissue pouch

I have found that the curved slit doesn’t work as well as a straight line to dispense the tissues out of this fabric holder. Here is how I fixed it. It just takes a second…

How to make a tissue pouch

Tape it closed with transparent tape.

How to make a tissue pouch

Use scissors to cut a slit straight across. NOW you can insert the tissue package into your cute fabric tissue holder. These are a great handmade gift!

We have a fun little sewing project I can’t wait to show you. Today on HappiestCamper, we show you How To Sew A Tissue Holder The Easy Way! I just love these little sewing projects. As much as I love all the DIY clothing and bags, it is nice to make something so useful and small. You can make this little tissue pouch in about 15 minutes, so it is a great project to sit down and make a few of these to have around. The little pocket tissue packs fit right in these so it is super convenient to refill, plus this tissue holder really dresses them up. This is a great project if you are just starting out on your sewing journey. If you can sew straight lines, you can make this project. I keep a few of these around the house, usually in the kid’s rooms and in the office. You can make these to match your decor so that they would even look great tucked away on an end table in the living room. I also keep one of these in each of our vehicles as well. They work great! You can even give some of these away as gifts to friends and family. I gave some to my kid’s teachers and they loved them.

How to make a tissue pouch

You’ll only need a few supplies for this simple little sewing project. You’ll need some fabric – I used about a quarter yard of some fabric I had leftover from a previous project and it worked great. You’ll need some matching thread, some scissors, sewing pins or clips, and of course a sewing machine. I recommend investing in a rotary cutter, mat, and ruler if you plan on making more projects in the future as it is much faster and more precise than using scissors for longer and more complicated cuts. I also like to keep an iron handy to press my fabric and seams if need. Gather up your supplies from the list below and let’s get started!

How to make a tissue pouch

What You’ll Need:

How To Sew A Tissue Holder The Easy Way

How to make a tissue pouch

The first step on this how to sew a tissue holder the easy way sewing tutorial is to wash, dry, and iron your fabric. I like to start almost all of my sewing projects this way as it acts as a preshrink for my fabric so that the first time I wash this little tissue holder (with kids I inevitably will) my stitches won’t get messed up. Once you have done that, we can begin cutting out our fabric. Cut 5-6 ½” x 4 ½” pieces of fabric.

How to make a tissue pouch

Next, fold 2 of the pieces in half lengthwise with wrong sides together and press with a warm iron. Fold 2 of the pieces in half short-wise with wrong sides together and press with a warm iron. The 5 th piece you won’t fold. Your fabric pieces should look like the photo above.

How to make a tissue pouch

Now on this easy sew tissue holder the easy way sewing tutorial, we will start putting it together. Lay the un-ironed piece right side facing up. Next, lay one of the longer pieces on the bottom of the un-ironed piece, with raw edges aligned. Next, lay one of the shorter pieces on the left side, with raw edges aligned, then the other long piece on the top, aligning the raw edges, and finally, the other shorter piece on the right side, lining up the raw edges. Pin in place. We are about halfway through this fun sewing tutorial!

How to make a tissue pouch

Now it’s time to sew! Using a 1/4 “seam allowance, sew around all four sides of the tissue holder. It is always the smaller projects where I tend to rush my sewing. Take a few extra moments and this will come out perfect.

How to make a tissue pouch

For the final steps in this tissue holder sewing tutorial, we just need to clip off the corners and turn the tissue holder right side out. Clipping the corners helps reduce the fabric bulk and makes it a little easier to turn out.

How to make a tissue pouch

I like to use a turning tool to push out the corners on these small projects, as it can be harder to get them perfect with my hand. You could also use the eraser end of a pencil or even a chopstick, just whatever you have closest to you at the time.

How to make a tissue pouch

And that’s it! Now you have a super cute little fabric tissue holder you can take with you on the go or keep at home. I love this size because it fits those little packs of tissues you can buy in the store. I keep one in my purse, and the kids have them in their bags as well. You can make some of these for each of your vehicles too, they are super convenient. Perfect for those long road trips or just a trip to the park.

How to make a tissue pouch

If you liked learning how to sew a tissue holder the easy way, make sure to pin it to your favorite Pinterest board or share it with friends on social media. If you decide to make this simple project on your own, make certain that you take a picture afterward and tag us on social media as we love seeing the fabrics and color choices that people use!

How to make a tissue pouch

A June 15, 2020 update from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reminded us that we need to be prepared when we venture out to the house in these times of widespread illness.

How to make a tissue pouchAccording to the CNC, you should:

Keep these items on hand when venturing out: a cloth face covering, tissues, and a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, if possible.

These Days Everyone Needs A Tissue Holder

Well, this seems like a lot of stuff to carry around so we’re trying to help our readers with some sewing projects that will assist.

We recently published a list of the very best face mask sewing patterns that we could find all around the internet. This list was very popular and was even referenced by large publications like the NY Post.

Also, we recently put together a list of great little hand sanitizer holder sewing patterns to help hold on to that little bottle that can get lost in a large purse. (Remember, the CDC recommends at least 60% alcohol.)

I realized recently, that there was still the issue of how to carry around tissues so I put together another great roundup that I hope you’ll like.

They’re not all portable tissue holders and I’ve included some that are covers for tissue boxes, but they’re all on the same theme. I hope you find them useful.

How to make a tissue pouch

Tissue Holder Sewing Patterns Roundup

Here’s a list of some of the best tissue holder sewing patterns and projects that I could find on the internet. I hope they are of value to you. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, or right-click and open in a new tab to keep this page open too. And don’t forget to pin it.

With the chilly weather lingering about, it’s only right that we all carry a little packet of tissues around in our pockets – just in case! To make your tissues a little bit more discreet or pretty, why not try your hand at this super simple pocket tissue pouch project?

This is the perfect make if you’re a beginner and it only requires a few materials. Plus, it’s a project that be used again and again, so it’s both fun and functional.

How to make a tissue pouch

You will need:

  • Two fat quarters
  • Sewing machine
  • Iron

Cutting instructions:

  • Outer piece – 5.5″ x 6.5″
  • Lining piece – 5.5″ x 7.5″

Note: use a 0.6cm (0.25″) seam allowance throughout the project.

Step 1

Position the two fabric pieces right sides together and stitch a 0.25″ seam down both short sides. As these fabrics are different sizes, it’s important to position one side together and stitch, then realign the opposite side and stitch.

Step 2

Press the seams well.

Step 3

Turn the fabric through and position the seams to give a faux binding effect of 0.25″ on each side.

Step 4

Fold the piece in half along the raw edge and finger press a central point.

Step 5

Fold the edges to the centre point and pin in place.

Step 6

Stitch down the short end with a 0.25″ seam allowance and repeat this for the opposite short end of the fabric piece.

Step 7

Overlock or zigzag the raw edges to neaten.

Step 8

Turn the cover right sides out and gently poke out the corners.

Step 9

Insert a pack of pocket tissues and gently ease one out of the opening flap.

Make sure you share photos of your finished tissue pouches with us on Facebook UK, Facebook USA, Twitter, Instagram UK, Instagram US, Pinterest UK or Pinterest US using the hashtag #crafterscompanion.

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  6. Импорт в США следующей продукции российского происхождения: рыба, морепродукты, алмазы непромышленного назначения и любая другая продукция, согласно периодическим указаниям министра торговли США.
  7. Экспорт из США либо гражданами США предметов роскоши и любых других товаров, согласно указаниям министра торговли США, любому лицу, находящемуся в России или Беларуси. Список и определение «предметов роскоши» приведены в «Дополнение № 5 к Разделу 746», опубликованном Федеральным реестром США.
  8. Изделия, изготовленные за пределами США и попадающие под действие Закона о тарифах США и связанных с ним законов о запрещении принудительного труда.

Для защиты нашего сообщества и торговой площадки Etsy предпринимает меры для соблюдения режимов санкций. Например, Etsy запрещает участникам пользоваться своими аккаунтами в определенных географических регионах. Если у нас есть основания полагать, что вы управляете своей аккаунтом из места, находящегося под санкциями, например, любого из перечисленных выше санкционных мест, или иным образом нарушаете какие-либо экономические санкции или торговые ограничения, мы можем приостановить или прекратить использование вами наших Сервисов. Как правило, участникам не разрешается выставлять на продажу, покупать или продавать изделия из регионов, находящихся под санкциями. Сюда входят изделия, появившиеся ранее санкций, поскольку у нас нет возможности проверить, были ли они вывезены из запрещенного места. Etsy оставляет за собой право обращаться к продавцам с запросом предоставить дополнительную информацию, раскрыть страну происхождения изделия на странице товара или предпринять другие шаги для соблюдения обязательств. Мы можем отключить товары или отменить транзакции, представляющие опасность нарушения этой политики.

Кроме соблюдения требований OFAC и применимых местных законов, участникам Etsy следует иметь в виду, что другие страны могут вводить собственные торговые ограничения и что определенные изделия могут не допускаться к экспорту или импорту согласно международным законам. Когда в транзакции участвуют лица из разных стран, вам следует изучить законы любых соответствующих стран.

Наконец, участникам Etsy следует иметь в виду, что сторонние платежные системы, например PayPal, могут самостоятельно отслеживать транзакции на предмет соблюдения санкционных требований и могут блокировать транзакции в рамках собственных программ, обеспечивающих соблюдение требований. Etsy не имеет власти или контроля над процедурами независимого принятия решения в таких системах.

Экономические санкции и торговые ограничения могут применяться к порядку использования вами Сервисов и могут изменяться, поэтому участникам следует регулярно проверять источники информации о санкциях. За юридической консультацией обращайтесь к квалифицированному специалисту.

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