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Sexy Zippy Wristlet
By Projects By Jane

  • $7.00
  • 8.25" X 5"
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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PDF SEWING PATTERN ONLY.
Print Sew Love Psst.... You can sell the pouch too. This zipper pouch/wristlet is great for beginners as well as an experienced beginner. Easy, fast and requires very little supplies. Detailed steps and photos.
A sexy zip pouch with handle and all the right curves. You will learn to install a zipper using an all-purpose presser foot.
This zip pouch is good for keeping your basic essentials. For anyone who can sew. It's easy!
Pattern Details:
  • Pouch is completely lined
  • Absolutely no raw seams
  • Step-by-step detailed instructions with color photos
  • Full-size pattern pieces
  • Measurements in inches and cm
  • Paper size: Letter or A4 PDF: 25 pages
Supplies You Need
  • Exterior fabric:under 1 fat quarter
  • Lining: under 1 fat quarter
  • 8" (20cm) nylon zipper or longer
  • swivel lobster clasp
  • fusible interfacing
Note
To read my PDF, you must have a pdf reader e.g. Adobe Reader. You need a printer to print the templates.
Copyright
  • All photos, text and patterns belong to Projects by Jane, Jane Poh © 2011.
  • Purchase of pdf pattern includes an explicit agreement by you not to sell this pattern, distribute it for free, make copies or pass it off as your own.
  • You may sell the finished bag.
  • Please credit "Projects By Jane".
  • No mass production of bag allowed.
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Projects By Jane

I learnt to hand stitch when I was 7. It was the blanket stitch. I was tasked with sewing blanket stitches on a dog applique. When it was completed my teacher, Miss Read brought the fabric with the completed applique home. At the end of the year before school ended, Miss Read gave a beautiful bag to me. When I looked at it and saw my dog applique, I realised she had turned my work into a bag! It was my first handmade bag.

Many years later, I bought my first sewing machine and attended a dressmaking course at a Dressmaking Institute. I was taught by a teacher, Miss Lim who believed in drafting and sewing from scratch. Everything had to be done the hard way.

I sewed everything from blankets, bedsheets to clothes for my niece. When I had my own kids, I sewed dolls outfits for my girl's Barbie. One day, I made a bag for Barbie and there was no turning back. My love for bag-making grew from there.

Now I teach others to make bags.

I use techniques which are easy to pick up yet result in completely lined bags. All pdf sewing patterns have detailed step-by-step photo instructions.