I made these to surprise a friend who really needed them, but he guessed what I was up to long before I finished.
Knit from Hemp for Knitting AllHemp 6 in Sapphire, and on a pair of #3 circulars. I knit the pouches in one piece, in the round, which then offered the problem of how to get the State of Hawaii Seal patches sewn on. I tried by hand, but that wasn't working well. I tried the glue gun, but it seemed unstable. Finally I broke out the sewing machine, and managed to sew all the way around the patches by wadding them up...
Each pouch has a blue zipper and is lined with a blue tie-dyed cotton lining. The inner pouch can be turned out all the way to fully dump any hidden contents out of the rounded corners of the lining.
The pouches resemble a certain State-issued medical card, and were made in appreciation of the many voting citizens, suffering through various medical issues, who are also preserving our Constitutional right to allow the States control over their own medical laws. Yes, the same rights that brought us Roe vs. Wade.
He loves them, told me I could sell them, and they directly meet all specifications for size and use. Yay!