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Zippered Pouch Tutorial

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How to Sew a Lined Zipper Pouch Tutorial

How to sew a lined zipper pouch tutorial today! I share with you my step by step pictures and videos of how to sew a lined zipper pouch in this tutorial.

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Vintage Fabric Simple Pouch

girlluminati(@girlluminati) has created a short video on TikTok with music Dreams (2004 Remaster). My mom gave me this vintage fabric & I’m loving the fall *~vibes*~ #artober #cottagecore #fallaesthetic #fleetwoodmac #fyp #sewing #diy #boo #etsyshop

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My foolproof method for making a basic zipper pouch

My foolproof method to make a lined zipper pouch with zipper tabs. Zipper pouches are fun and practical and they’re so easy to sew.

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DIY basic zipper pouch tutorial - I Can Sew This

My foolproof method to make a lined zipper pouch with zipper tabs. Zipper pouches are fun and practical and they’re so easy to sew.

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Zipper Pouch Tutorial

It seems the most unsatisfactory thing about zipper pouches is those pesky corners and ill-fitting linings. This method eliminates both!! The zipper is not actually sewn into the side seam - the tab encases the ends of the zipper. Then the sides are sewn with the lining in place - there's no stuffing the lining inside the pouch. Seam binding covers the raw edges for a neat finish. Before you start, you will need: fabric for outside of pouch - one fat quarter or assorted scraps at least 10 wide fabric for lining - one fat quarter or scraps at least 10 x 8 interfacing - 10 x 16 nylon coil zipper 11 or longer basic sewing supplies Preparation: Cut all of the following 7 ¼ x 9½: (2) outer pouch fabric ∗ (2) lining fabric (4) interfacing Cut two squares 2 x 2 for the zipper tabs For seam binding, cut from lining fabric a strip 1 1/8 x 18 Fuse interfacing to the outer pouch pieces and the lining pieces.   ∗FOR THE PATCHWORK VERSION, cut the following and sew together with ¼ seam allowances. Then fuse the interfacing to the pieced section. Now you are ready to sew. I thought a picture-tutorial would be useful for this so that you can see every step: [gallery size=full columns=2 ids=2372,2373] [gallery columns=2 size=full ids=2411,2379,2380,2412] [gallery columns=2 size=full ids=2382,2383]   ATTACHING THE ZIPPER: SEWING THE POUCH: BEFORE THE NEXT STEP, OPEN UP THE ZIPPER ABOUT ONE INCH. THIS ENSURES THAT YOU CAN OPEN THE ZIPPER AFTER SEWING THE SIDE SEAMS.  ALSO, CHECK TO BE SURE THAT YOUR PATCHWORK SEAMS ALIGN IN THE SIDE SEAMS.   BINDING THE RAW EDGES: Cut the seam binding pieces from the 1 1/8 x 18 strip you cut from the lining fabric. [gallery columns=2 size=full ids=2401,2400,2402,2403]   Turn the pouch right side out. Push the corners out with your fingers and gently roll seams to press. You are done!!     I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial, feel free to contact me with any questions! Happy Sewing, Tessa

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Zipper Pouch Tutorial: How to Sew a Simple Pouch from Scraps - Suzy Quilts

This easy zipper pouch tutorial shows exactly how to sew a simple bag using scrap fabric and a zipper of any size. Great for beginners!

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