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Zip-Itself Coin Purse

Zip-Itself Coin Purse
This zip-itself coin purse is truly an amazing and creative handmade design… zip-up to a tetrahedron shaped coin purse, unzip to a long ribbon. This zip-itself coin purse is made from 2 simple materials that you can get from the shop easily – ribbon and zipper. Get the tutorial on how to sew zip-itself coin purse with lining after this jump. I accidentally saw this zip-itself coin purse when I did a search for the tetrahedron coin purse and I love the idea. I knew I am going to scratch my head and drill into the detail of the design and make it one day…. On a relax weekend in June while shopping at a flea market in Straits Quay, I walked towards the only stall that sells handmade materials and finished handmade. July 30, 2011 August 27, 2011 September 24, 2011 October 29, 2011 Time: 10 am to 10 pm If you are not able to make it to meet them personally, then visit their online shop. {CLICK HERE to get pattern & tutorial of Zip-Itself Coin Purse.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: Related:  PURSES

Sewing Tutorial | Triangle Coin Purse With Zipper After being inspired by the wrapped glutinous rice dumpling (粽子, Zòngzi) of a Chinese traditional festival, DuanWu Festival (端午節), I sewed some triangle coin purses recently. In fact, today is the actual date of DuanWu Festival which falls on every 5th day of 5th month of the Lunar calendar. If you are new to this rice dumpling, scroll down to see the one my mom made… yummy delicious….. may be I should start a food blog for my mom with all her delicious cookings & recipes that I am lucky to eat & grew-up with. For the detail of how to sew a triangle coin purse with zipper closure, read more after this jump: This 3-D triangle purse is actually in the form of tetrahedron shape with 3 triangles on the sides and 1 triangle on the base, other name of tetrahedron is “triangular pyramid”. If you look closer to the main photo, I sewed 2 different positions for the zipper, one on the triangle slope (left) and one at the center of the triangle (right). Materials: 1. Get all updates via email:

Sock Elephant. Free pattern & tutorial This is my own pattern, which means that it's free for your personal, non-commercial use. Click here to see more photos of this toy. I've started with a pair of children socks size 5-7. As usual, all the excess fabric well be used for stuffing the toy. Enjoy! Heart Shaped Pouch Mini-Tutorial I know a lot of you have asked for this heart pouch tutorial and I finally finished it! First, I want to let everyone know that I’ve finished and posted the licensed version of the Circle Zip Earbud Pouch. I’ve completely re-written the tutorial with new photos, an improved technique and the same PDF format as my other patterns with the same license so that you can make items to sell in your Etsy shops or at craft fairs. I was completely overwhelmed with the interest in the Earbud Pouch, so thank you to everyone who has made one (or twenty!) This is just a mini-tutorial. Download the PDF with the pattern pieces HERE. Pay close attention to the grain direction while cutting out your pieces. I cut my batting like 1/4″ smaller around the outside edges. Line up the Front Left pieces as shown, with the zipper pull to the left. Then place the Front Right pieces as shown, with the zipper pull to the left. Fold all pieces back away from the zipper and press, careful not to melt that zip.

Stashtacular! Projects - Marci Girl Designs The Stashtacular! month is coming to a close. I have sent in fabric to trade, and can't wait to see what I get back! I successfully gave up fabric purchases for over a month (patting myself on the back!) My first two Stashtacular! My last finished Stashtacular! This Stashtacular! Future Hexy Mug Rug - In Progress This is the last of my Stashtacular! Sweet Baby Dreams Quilt - Still Under Construction Thank you ladies for such a fun month! Quilted Zipper Bag......Tutorial This was so much fun........I thought you might like to make one too! Click Images to Enlarge: Quilted Zipper Bag My inspiration came from this green zipper bag my friend Celia made for me two summers ago... Strips cut randomly from 1 to 3 inches wide x 45 inches Piece all strips together into a strip unit measuring 18 x 45 inches Baste the strip unit to batting and backing fabric I like all of these adhesive sprays Audition quilting thread Be sure to spool out enough thread to see how it looks I chose to free motion quilt a feather type design all over. You could also straight stitch cross-hatch with a walking foot. Cut the quilted piece into 5 sections 8.5 inches each This will make 5 zipper bags Find zippers 9 inches or longer. If they are too long, you just cut off the extra. Place the zipper face down on the pretty side of the fabric. Stitch in place using a zipper foot. I line the foot up with the right edge of the zipper. Open up the zipper and sew the left side to the left side of the bag. p.s.

DIY Gifts for Men, Necktie Zip Pouches My husband was about to give away a bunch of stained and old neckties, sensing a creative project I snagged them before they were donated. I turned the old ties into these DIY Necktie Zip Pouches. A very very simple sewing project that would make a great Christmas DIY gifts for men or that ever elusive teenage boy! Each pouch is made from 2 ties, one for the front of the pouch and one for the back. Are you surprised you can get so much fabric from a tie? So was I! I had so much fun making these that I just kept going and made more. For one of the pouches I added a contrast stripe to the center (the fabric that’s on the back of the pouch). I even reused the tag from the back of the tie, a fun little touch especially if the ties are sentimental. Want to make one? You need: 2 neckties7” metal zipperShape Flex Fusible InterfacingFusible Fleece1 fat quarter for liningZipper foot for sewing machine Begin by carefully pulling the stitches out of the back of the necktie. Unzip the zipper. Related

Simply Stylish Tote Materials and Tools: 3 coordinating fabric prints, one each for the middle, the base and handles and the linerfusible interfacingthreadmagnetic snapgrosgrain ribbon scissorsrotary cutting toolsewing machineironironing boardrulerparchment paper for patternstraight pinsFray Check or lighter for sealing ribbon ends Steps: 1. First, create the pattern. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Caroline Ritzer, Pink Lemondade Bags

Sock Monkey Gosh… I am supposed to sew some thing for the Earth Month this April, but I can’t wait to sew these sock monkeys. My hands simply took over my head and see what I did after a few days and nights of sewing…. a house full of sock monkeys!!!! Do you love them? I have seen a lot of sock monkey photos hanging around friends’ photo albums in many photo sharing websites, so envy. These sock monkeys are so cute and so adorable that I would want to hug one, I bet my kids would love to have them to accompany too when mommy is busy with works. …. With different sizes of socks, I made the sock monkey out of a family, from baby, toddlers, teens to adult. 3rd picture in the above album shows the family photo of the sock monkey, from daddy, mommy, sister, brother, triplet toddlers, and a baby. The siblings are indeed loving each other, not only they are huggy to human, but they also hug each other, like this one. {Get full details on next page.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email:

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Blog Archive DIY: Spa Towel Wrap I hope you’ve had your coffee, cause I’m getting up close and personal this morning. When you step out of the shower or bath, what is your first layer of choice, after drying off your bum with your towel? Are you a robe person? Do you immediately dress? Or do you dance around to bad 80s metal in your skivvies? (Don’t tell us, if the latter is you.) Quite frankly, I am none of the above. My old storebought spa wrap was getting a bit tattered after years of use, so I thought I’d just make myself a new one. One clearance towel + 1/2 yard of cute cotton fabric + one afternoon = glam spa towel wrap. Here is the pink version I made for my girl: Let me say this loud and clear. Here is the grown up version: Turn a towel and some fabric into a stylish spa wrap for you, your child, a friend, or family member. How to Make a Simple Sew Towel Wrap: A quick note on towel selection before I proceed. Step One: Trim the ribbing detail off the end of your towel and hem the edge. Moda Oh Cherry Oh fabric

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