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Zippered pouch sewing video tutorial by pattydoo

Zippered pouch sewing video tutorial by pattydoo

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A Do Good Stitches Swap « Greenleaf Goods September 8, 2012 by Natalie I was really excited when my circle of the Do. Good Stitches quilting bee decided to do a swap! I have only participated in a few swaps previously, because it can get overwhelming to load up on sewing obligations, and truth be told, I am a little protective of my sewing time! However, a swap among friends is always welcome, and I’ve loved getting to know the women in my quilting bee! I was lucky to draw Rachel as my secret partner because I think I have a good sense of her style. Sewn Stash Baskets Materials To make one basket: Cutting Triple-Zip Pouch Supplies Needed3 zippers, 9" or longerfabric for pouch body, accent pieces, and linings (fat-quarters are plenty for the pouch body and linings; accents can be made from scraps)fusible fleececoordinating thread (which may be more than one, depending on your choice of accent fabrics) All seams are 1/4” * Note: The piece indicated is one already partially stitched onto the pouch. Now you will be stitching on the other end; will be a lining piece that you are working with, except for the last instance, where it will be the main body fabric. Cutting Instructions1 – main body fabric, 8” x 9 ½”1 – fusible fleece, 8" x 9 ½” (not shown)2 – front accent pieces (can be the same or contrasting), 8" x 1 ¼”2 – pieces fusible fleece, 8" x 1 ¼” (not shown)6 – zipper ends (all matching or matching pairs), 2 ½" x 3”1 – main zip lining fabric, 8" x 12 ½”1 – center zip lining fabric, 8" x 9 ½”1 – bottom zip lining fabric, 7" x 8” Preparing FabricAdhere fusible fleece to matching fabric piece.

Freemotion by the River: Fabric Baskets Tutorial Guess what I have been making the last couple of days……more fabric baskets! On the right side of my blog it shows my most popular posts and lately my basket posts from last year have been popping up a lot. I decided it was time to make a few more and try some different sizes. Sewing Patterns for Travel Bags: When You're on the Go Are you headed over the river and through the woods this holiday season? Whether you’re hitting the open road or flying the friendly skies, make sure you’re ready to travel in style with these sewing patterns for travel bags. Learn how to sew a reversible tote and zipper pouch, perfect for travel, in the FREE Craftsy class Bag-Making Basics! Carry-on bags Tutorial and Free Pattern: 4 in 1 Reversible Toddler Bucket Hat - Sew Much Ado With this tutorial, you can make a 4-In-1 Reversible Toddler Bucket Hat for non-commital types like me (I should clarify that I’m happily married, the non-commital part is just for everything else in my life) :). The pattern is sized 2T/3T, or approximate head circumference of 19″. I’m planning on making pattern pieces for larger and smaller head sizes in the near future, and I’ll be sure to let you know when I add them to the tutorial! Okay, let’s get to work on our 4-In-1 Bucket Hat… 1/4 yd main fabric - Sewing and Quilting Patterns Sponsored: BagmakerSupply - Beautiful, Affordable, Hard-to-Find Handbag Hardware Zippers for Bags - Any strap, any length, any color By: Leila for Marie Claire This handbag is not for beginners as it is just a little more complex. The sewing tutorial is written in French, however, my browser automatically translated it into English and 95% of the tutorial was easily understood. Sewing Accessories Pouch Pattern We had a number of requests for the pattern for our Sewing Accessories Pouch that we shared recently. We are pleased to report that the pattern has been improved and written up in tutorial format with lots of photos showing each step of the construction. The Sewing Accessories Pouch is a little zippered pouch that is designed to store your sewing reels and bobbins.

the Bella clutch {free pattern} The Bella clutch free pdf pattern is finally available for download! The pattern has been out to testers over the weekend and is now available. Download the free PDF pattern here! Designed specifically to coordinate with the Anne handbag, the Bella clutch can easily be made out of the fabric leftover from the Anne handbag {while we always try to call for the minimum fabric in our bag patterns, there usually is a small amount leftover, perfect for making another little something!}. The Bella clutch has a cute, removable handle; however, if the hardware is not readily available, the handle can be attached directly to the bag too {if you’re looking to buy the hardware, I buy mine here}. Quilt As You Go Zipper Bag Hi everyone! I am Elizabeth, one half of the duo of sisters-in-law who blog at Simple Simon and Company. We love all things that revolve around sewing for our children and are constantly striving for the art of homemaking….all while trying to stay sane. We really love simple sewing projects that are not only quick but that are also beautiful and luckily today’s project completely fits that theme. These zipper bags are simple, but make great gifts and I am warning you—once you make one—you get addicted.

untitled Zipper pouches are one of my favorite quick projects of all times! They are perfect for using up scraps, storing little bits and easy to create for gifts. Just toss in a gift card and you are good to go! NOTE: All the zipper pouches featured in this list are made from FREE tutorials, so get clicking! Sew a Singer Featherweight Tote! - CraftyHipster Fabric Requirements:3/4 yard non-directional main fabric for tote exterior3/4 yard contrasting fabric for tote lining & foot controller bag1/4 yard coordinating fabric for foot controller bag lining3/4 yard Pellon Stabilizer Midweight to Heavyweight white 40 sew-in interfacing Notions:1 yard 1-inch wide cotton belting (webbing)2 packages 1/2 inch wide piping1 package Kiwi “Classic” 27 inch (69 cm) shoelacesThreadShot glassNeedle Notes:All seam allowances are 3/8 of an inch, unless otherwise noted in sewing instructions. Finished Measurements:

Woven Jelly Roll Rug Hello! This is Jera {} bringing you this fun weekend rug project that requires just 1 jelly roll. Make a free rug for yourself by checking out my blog for a jelly roll giveaway! I used the collection ‘Wild Rose’ by Blackbird Designs. It makes a beautiful rug to display in your sewing room or to put by the fireplace. Seven simple steps below! open-wide zippered pouch Please refer to the full tutorial HERE for step-by-step instructions and pictures. For the contrast bottom style pouches, simply cut two pieces of each measurement listed in the chart by the width of the pouch, and sew together using a 1/2" seam allowance. So for the medium size pouch you'll cut two pieces 4.5" tall by 12" wide and two pieces 5.5" tall (the contrast bottom) by 12" wide, sew them together using a 1/2" seam allowance, thus making the front and back exterior pieces.Approximate Finished Dimensions:Small // 4.5" H x 5" W x 3.5" DMedium // 6" H x 6.5" W x 4.5" DLarge // 8.5" H x 8" W x 5" D Fabrics: The Hello Kitty fabrics from the first post were purchased at, seems like Hello Kitty is popping up a lot, so keep your eye open if you're a fan (yip yip!) The medium size pouch is patchwork using an Umbrella PrintsTrimmings pack, if you've never seen their fabrics I suggest you check them out, all handprinted in Australia.