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Scrappy Zippered Pouch

Scrappy Zippered Pouch

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Published by: spinzel on Jun 11, 2012
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Scrappy zippered pouch by liaspace.com1
What You Will Need:Fabric scraps10 pieces of 10”x1.75” fabricsCotton fabric for lining (measure after the outer layers are done)7” zipper Wrist handleDisclaimer: You are free to use this pattern for your  personal purposes. Should you wish to sell your creation made from this pattern, please note onyour thank you tag that your sold item was madeusing a pattern fromwww.liaspace.com
1.Cut out the pattern pieces2.Sew your little scraps right sides together, trimsides and leave an opening at the top to turn3.Glue the top of the scraps or top of the fabric body using fabric glue or you can always pinthem, I was just lazy
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4.Arrange the scraps according to your taste andyour own color scheme5.Top stitch the first row of the scraps so they willstay in place when sewing the zipper (approx.1/8”6.Sandwich the first layer to the second layer sothat the second layer’s scraps are between thetop of first layer while the second layer is facingdown7.Here is how it would look when I open thesecond layer before sewing8.After stitching the layers together, top stitch eachlayer so that the scraps will face down9.Both sides after sewing the layers together 
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10.The back side...You should trim those excessthreads :p11.stitch the edges of your zipper with scraps,approximately fold 2” x the width of your zipper 12.Then sew the outer and lining to the zipper (similar method as most of my zipperedwallets), being careful not to stitch the scraps13.You are done...just need to close the openingmade to turn the pouch on the lining by hand

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