This hanging pocket was so fast to sew up, it has my brain spinning with all kinds of ideas for other hanging pockets that might be useful well. If you find yourself in a similar dilemma, you might want to stitch one up yourself. I made a little tutorial for you to follow along, so grab some fabric and lets get started. Of course you can customize the size as well.
You'll need a medium or heavy weight fabric cut to 11" X 20" (I used twill), 11 inches of bias tape, and a hanger. Here we go...
Add buttons to the front if you like. My son gets a new hanging patch each year at Cub Day Camp. He now has a place to keep them when they are not on his shirt. I also threw his belt loops in there that haven't found their way to the belt.