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Idexa Zipper Pouch FREE pattern

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Idexa Zipper Pouch FREE sewing pattern

Here’s a fabulous freebie pattern from Country Cow Designs for the Idexa Zipper Pouch Clutch Bag.

The Idexa Pouch is a quick, pleasurable sew that doesn’t require a lot of fabric, so it’s great for using up your fat quarters and scraps. The designer has incorporated a variety of options designed to incorporate and teach various bag-making techniques, giving you an opportunity to try something new. You can use various materials, different interfacing types and change and remove the pockets.

Idexa Zipper Pouch FREE pattern

The Idexa Pouch can be sewn with an external zipper pocket, a slip pocket or no pockets at all, it’s up to you.

There is no bias binding and the pouch is birthed through the zip pocket – or the lining if you don’t want a zip pocket. You can use just woven interfacing, or you can add either fleece or foam for a sturdier pouch.

Enjoy a full how-to video for this free zipper pouch pattern

There is also a full video tutorial available for this pattern, made available by Christy of LadyCrafts, which you can view below.

If you would like to add this pattern to your collection you can click on the button below. You can choose between two downloads for this pattern, one in US letter size (8.5″ by 10″) and one in A4 size (210mm by 297mm). The pattern is free to download and the designer says that you can sell products made from it on a home-based production basis. 

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