Using these step-by-step instructions, learning how to make a quilted zipper pouch is a snap. This printable PDF sewing pattern is accessible to download and print. The lined pouch has a zipper, zipper tabs, and a boxed bottom panel.
These little pouches are great for storing many things: cosmetics, pencils, crochet hooks, etc.
Don’t be intimidated by sewing a zipper. This tutorial will walk you through the process step-by-step. The pattern contains detailed photos and tips that make this project doable even for beginner seamstresses.
VIDEO TUTORIAL AVAILABLE!
THIS IS A PDF PRINTABLE PATTERN, NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT.
Materials & Items Needed
• Sewing Machine
• Measuring tape/Seam Gauge
• Woven fabric
• Scissors/Rotary Cutter & Mat (optional)
• Iron-on fleece (optional)
• Fabric stabilizer (Soft & Stable), iron on fleece or cotton batting
• Pins/Fabric Clips (optional)
• Zipper (8 inches or longer ): You can shorten a longer zipper if needed.
• Wash Away Wonder Fabric Tape (optional)
• Optional label/tag
Sewing Machine Zipper Foot
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