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Here is the FREE pattern for the wonderful Zippie Clippie pouch.
You can make lots of these pouches and they’ll have lots of uses like for example:
- Clip one on a backpack with pencils and school supplies.
- Clip another to your bag to hold your phone.
- Then sew another to hold your hand sewing kit while on road trips.
You can customize the front of this handy zipper pouch and sew it with whatever material you want: vinyl, mesh or fabric. For a pencil pouch, vinyl is probably best. Mesh is a little bit stretchy plus you can see through it, so mesh is very useful for a front-of-pouch material.
And of course, you can choose regular fabric for the front of your pouch if you don’t want it to be see-through or if you are trying to use up fabrics in your stash.
What you will need to make the Clippie Zippie Pouch
- Two fabric rectangles 6” by 10” for the back of the pouch (exterior and interior)
- One fabric binding strip 2” by 10” (does NOT need to be cut on the bias)
- One fabric rectangle 2 1/2” by 10” (for the top of the pouch)t
- One fabric rectangle 2 1/2” by 3 1/2” (for the clip tab)
- A bias-cut strip 2 1/4” by 30” (for around the pouch)
- For the customizable front of the pouch, you will need either one-piece of mesh 4 1/2” by 10” OR one piece of vinyl 4 1/2” by 10” OR two rectangles of regular quilting cotton fabric 4 1/2” by 10” (for the exterior and interior)
- One zipper 10” long or longer
- One rectangle lightweight fusible interfacing 2 1/2” by 10” (Pellon SF101 is recommended)
- One rectangle fusible fleece 6” by 10”
- Wash away Wondertape (optional)
- One swivel snap clip with a 1/2” opening
- Basic sewing supplies and a sewing machine.
Click here for the FREE pdf sewing pattern