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Zipper Squared Printed Sewing Pattern

Zipper Squared Printed Sewing Pattern

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  • Craft type: Sewing
  • Favorited by: 6 people
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Printed Sewing Pattern. Includes templates for cutting out your fabric pieces. This pattern is printed on my home printer in full color and mailed to you via USPS First Class Mail. A PDF Digital version is also available in my shop, and is immediately accessible after purchase.

This is a Fat Quarter Friendly project.

The shape of this pouch and curve of the zipper make it look more complicated than it actually is. A confident beginner should be able to tackle this project with relative ease. My pattern testers included both beginner and experienced bag makers.

There are no raw edges or exposed seams inside the finished pouches!

The pattern includes written instructions with helpful tips and tricks alongside full-color photographs to demonstrate the steps throughout the project.

There are two sizes included with this pattern. Finished measurements are:
Large: 8" x 8" x 2"
Small: 4.5" x 4.5" x 1.5"

The large pouch is a great size for a sewing machine foot pedal, travel iron, power cords, etc. I love the small pouch for my ear buds, and I use the lobster clasp to clip it onto whatever bag I'm carrying for the day. The small size is also great for a couple cosmetic items like lipstick and powder.

These pouches make great gifts, and the style is sure to impress. You are welcome to sell any pouches you make from my pattern. However, please honor my copyright by not sharing the pattern. Direct your stitchy friends to my shop to purchase a copy. Thank you for your support!

Supplies & Tools needed to make one pouch include:
 One Fat Quarter of Exterior Fabric *Non-directional prints work best for this pattern.
 One Fat Quarter of Lining Fabric
 18” x 20” piece of Foam Interfacing (By Annie’s Soft & Stable or similar)
 1/2 yard of Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex Interfacing (or other medium-weight woven fusible interfacing)
 One Non-Separating Zipper (14” or longer for large pouch, 7” or longer for small pouch)
 3/4” Lobster Clasp (Optional for Small Pouch)
 Clover Wonder Clips or Pins
 Scissors
 Thread
 Iron
 Pressing Cloth
 Zipper Foot
 Walking Foot (optional, but very helpful)
 Hand Sewing Needle (optional - can use machine to close opening in lining at the end)
Printed Sewing Pattern. Includes templates for cutting out your fabric pieces. This pattern is printed on my home printer in full color and mailed to you via USPS First Class Mail. A PDF Digital version is also available in my shop, and is immediately accessible after purchase.

This is a Fat Quarter Friendly project.

The shape of this pouch and curve of the zipper make it look more complicated than it actually is. A confident beginner should be able to tackle this project with relative ease. My pattern testers included both beginner and experienced bag makers.

There are no raw edges or exposed seams inside the finished pouches!

The pattern includes written instructions with helpful tips and tricks alongside full-color photographs to demonstrate the steps throughout the project.

There are two sizes included with this pattern. Finished measurements are:
Large: 8" x 8" x 2"
Small: 4.5" x 4.5" x 1.5"

The large pouch is a great size for a sewing machine foot pedal, travel iron, power cords, etc. I love the small pouch for my ear buds, and I use the lobster clasp to clip it onto whatever bag I'm carrying for the day. The small size is also great for a couple cosmetic items like lipstick and powder.

These pouches make great gifts, and the style is sure to impress. You are welcome to sell any pouches you make from my pattern. However, please honor my copyright by not sharing the pattern. Direct your stitchy friends to my shop to purchase a copy. Thank you for your support!

Supplies & Tools needed to make one pouch include:
 One Fat Quarter of Exterior Fabric *Non-directional prints work best for this pattern.
 One Fat Quarter of Lining Fabric
 18” x 20” piece of Foam Interfacing (By Annie’s Soft & Stable or similar)
 1/2 yard of Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex Interfacing (or other medium-weight woven fusible interfacing)
 One Non-Separating Zipper (14” or longer for large pouch, 7” or longer for small pouch)
 3/4” Lobster Clasp (Optional for Small Pouch)
 Clover Wonder Clips or Pins
 Scissors
 Thread
 Iron
 Pressing Cloth
 Zipper Foot
 Walking Foot (optional, but very helpful)
 Hand Sewing Needle (optional - can use machine to close opening in lining at the end)

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