My new term of classes starts next week.
My Friday class will be making zippy pouches, over several weeks.
Here is a flavour of some of the different styles we'll be making.
|Row 1: L-R: Project Pouch, Pencil Case 1, Pencil Case 2, Cosmetics Bag 1
Row 2: L-R: Cosmetics Bag 2, Coin Purse, Cosmetics Bag 3, Personalised Pouch
Small projects are always popular, and one of the main aims of this course is to learn, and grow more confident in, how to insert zips.
There are endless possibilities when it comes to making pouches. Once you get the hang of putting zips in you can pretty much make up any style or shape that takes your fancy.
These cute wee pouches also make great gifts, as they can be multi-functional, and can be filled up with lots of suitable treats!
Some of the techniques we will be covering are inserting zips at the top, zips on the front and fail-safe covered zip ends.
We only use plastic/nylon zips for these projects - you can sew over the ends of a plastic zip with your machine, so it's not so crucial to always have a zip the right length. I always buy zips longer than what I need, and then cut them down to size if required. 10"-14" zips are a good average size for these pouches.
I'm sure we will have a lot of fun making these together!
Zippers at the ready!
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