This is the Scaredy Cat Halloween Zipper Pouches sewing pattern from the Therm.o.web. team. The Therm O Web team are huge Halloween fans!
This free zipper pouch sewing pattern in two sizes has been branded as a Halloween project because of the colors and type of fabrics used, but this class zipper bag tutorial can be created in any fabrics of your choice, and be made as a seasonal item or classic pouch to use any time.
Sizing info: The designer has made two sizes of this adorable Scaredy Cat, a larger one and a smaller one. The larger one measures 13″ by 10″, while the smaller ones measure 9″ by 6″.
You can see that the larger one has been made out of two different fabrics with a pretty piece of ribbon sewn between the layers to add a nice trim. That’s a great way to use up smaller pieces of fabrics, and help them to coordinate. You can do that with the smaller one too if you like.
You’ll learn how to sew neat zipper tabs so you get the perfect result at the end of your zippers, without them catching in the seams to make unsightly dents.
Interested in some new fabrics for this project or anything else you have planned for the upcoming weeks? Check out some of the awesome CAT FABRICS by clicking on the image below.
A good zipper pouch like the Scaredy Cat Halloween Zipper Pouch can be used for so many things. You can use them to hold your favorite tablet or iPad or use them as a project bag, or as a pouch to store your jewelry, or even use one to store your make-up. Anyone and everyone can find a use for a zipper pouch!
Fusible fleece is used to give the pouches some body and softness, and to protect whatever you want to store or carry inside.
What you will need to make a Scaredy Cat Halloween Zipper Pouch:-
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