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This is the Verity Zipper Pouch sewing pattern, that comes in three sizes – small, medium, and large.
Each of these three super useful zipper pouches are made fully lined with no raw edges. They are great for storing all sorts of useful items and you can even use the smaller one inside your main everyday bag.
When you have finished making a Verity Zipper Pouch it will measure (Height by Width by Length):-
- Small = 4.7″ (12 cm) by 1.9″ (5 cm) by 6.2″ (16 cm).
- Medium = 5.7″ (14.5 cm) by 2.7″ (7 cm) by 8.2″ (21 cm).
- Large = 6.5″ (16.5 cm) by 3.5″ (9 cm) by 10.2″ (26 cm).
The designer, Molko Studios, rates her project as suitable for beginner to confident beginner sewers. She says that basic sewing techniques and sewing machine knowledge would be helpful but she will help you along the way with clear instructions and photographs.
What you will need to make a Verity Zipper Pouch:-
- 1/4 yard or meter or one fat quarter of exterior fabric which is 42″/110cm wide,
- 1/4 yard or meter or one fat quarter of lining fabric which is 42″/110cm wide,
- 1/4 yard or meter or one fat quarter of fusible interfacing which is 20″/50cm wide,
- One #5 zipper, 12″/31cm for large, 10″/26cm for medium, 8″/20cm for small,
- One 6″/15cm leather zip pull (optional),
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
With regards to the zipper, the designer has the following comments – #5 zipper, also known as No.5 zip or Size 5 zip – the teeth will measure approximately 8mm when fastened. For a beginner sewer, I recommend nylon zips as they are easier to work with. I am using silver/gold tone nylon zips which are easier and cheaper but give the illusion of metal zips.
The designer recommends the following fabrics:-
The pdf file includes the following:-
• Easy to follow step-by-step instructions with lots of color photos to guide you along the way,
• Full-size, computer drawn patterns with seam allowances included in all measurements and templates,
• Includes both US letter size and A4 paper size,
• Dimensions in both Imperial and Metric,
• A detailed breakdown of the materials you need to create this project,
• Instructions are written in English.
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The designer, Molko, has developed a lot of bag sewing patterns that are extremely popular and she receives superb feedback from her more than satisfied customers. If you would like to see more patterns from Molko then click on the red button below.
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