Tulip Zipper Case – cute sewing pattern

One of my favorite free bag sewing patterns. Everyone I give this too loves it. So very useful. I;ve even started selling them too - they sell well and don't use much fabric to make.

{edited – this pattern was free when originally listed on this site, however, the designer has since decided to charge for it.}

This is a fabulous quick and EASY sew. Perfect for gift giving or craft fairs.

The Large Tulip is perfect for sewing scissors, knitting needles, coloring book, and pencils. Baby Tulip is ideal for eyewear or other small items. Passport Tulip will easily hold two passports and a large smartphone. These are as versatile as they are fun to make.

Foam interfacing keeps your fragile items safer. The wrap around pocket adds additional space. The half-zipper installation allows for mix and match fun!

The pattern is fully illustrated, with over 25 color photographs and very detailed instructions. In addition to the pattern, CloBird Designs has a very active Facebook Group that is always there to help and cheer you along the way.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

Large: 11″ high x 4 1/2″ wide
Small: 7″ high x 4″ wide

MATERIALS for 2 Tulip Zipper Cases:
2 contrasting Fat Quarters, quilting cotton
1 yard fusible woven interfacing (such as Pellon ShapeFlex101 aka SF101)
1/3 yard piece Flex-Foam (Pellon FF77) or Bosal In-R-Foam or Soft & Stable or headliner foam
(2) 14″ #3 nylon zippers ~ contrasting colors

Download the sewing pattern here

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