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This is a great zipper bag sewing pattern from a very popular designer for the Elliott Zipper Pouches.
With your digital pattern, you get to make your Elliott Zipper Pouches in any of three sizes – small, medium and large. We are guessing one won’t be enough – you’ll want to sew them all.
The shape of the pouches is taller than your typical pouch meaning they are able to store even more items than normal. The designer has described the difficulty level of her project as intermediate.
The Elliott Zipper Pouches have the following features:-
- Three sizes
- Two leather handle options
- A front zipper pocket
- A main zipper closure
- They are tall, which means they are the perfect size to keep knitting/ crochet/ craft projects organized.
When you have finished making the Elliott Zipper Pouches they will measure approximately:-
- Small = 6½” tall by 7” wide by 2½” deep
- Medium = 7½” tall by 8½” wide by 3” deep
- Large = 9½” tall by 10½” wide by 3½” deep.
What you will need to make an Elliott Zipper Pouch:-
- One fat quarter to ½ a yard of main fabric for the exterior
- One fat quarter to ½ a yard of fabric for the pouch lining
- ½ to 1¼ yards of SF101 interfacing or similar medium weight fusible interfacing
- Two metal or nylon zippers – 8” & 6” for the small size, 10” & 8” for the medium size and 12” & 10” for the large size
- Two zipper pulls. The designer used two 7” long 1/8” wide leather lace (optional)
- Leather handle – option A: 1/2” wide by 10” long leather strip, 1 rivet, or option B: 1/2” wide by 12” long leather strip, 1/2” wide by 5” long leather strip, 5 rivets,
- ½” D-ring
- A swivel hook set
- Basic sewing supplies
- A sewing machine.
Love it or hate it, this is a measure and cut pattern meaning all pattern pieces are cut using cutting mat, rotary cutter and ruler. No printed templates are needed to make this bag. If you would like to add the Elliott Zipper Pouch pattern to your collection then you should click on the link below. You will then be able to download ten pages of clear, easy to follow step by step instructions and color photos to make this bag.
Click here to get the pattern
And if you like this pattern the designer Sotak Co has over 25 patterns that you can view by clicking on the red button below.
See all the patterns from this designer here