How to Make a Simple, Lined Zipper Pouch
What you'll learn
Learn how to make a lined zipper pouch! In this class, the bagmaker, teacher, and business owner Brandy Jackson will walk you step-by-step through the whole process of obtaining a simple zipper pouch. She'll also show you how to make a detachable wristlet that you can attach to the zipper pull. Let's explore this too!
Materials and tools used in this class
Fat quarter exterior quilting cottonView on Amazon
Quilting linen fabricView on Amazon
Half yard woven interfacingView on Amazon
1/4 yard fusible fleece (optional)View on Amazon
Microtex 90/14 needle and polyester (if on domestic)View on Amazon
Tex 70 (#69) nylon bonded threadView on Amazon
Double sided tapeView on Amazon
Wonder clipsView on Amazon
ScissorsView on Amazon
Rotary cutter (optional)View on Amazon
Zipper by the yard with 1 zipper pullView on Amazon
Swivel claspsView on Amazon
Bonus part: rivetView on Amazon
Bag hardwareView on Emmaline Bags
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This class has 9 sessions (45m)
In this class preview, you'll see a quick sneak peek of what you'll be working on.
In this part, the bagmaker, teacher, and business owner Brandy Jackson will be presenting herself, and she'll let you know what to expect next.
Here, you'll find out what materials and tools you'll be needing before getting started.
Let’s start. First, Brandy will teach you how to cut and prepare your fabric.
Next, Brandy walks you through how to make your zipper panel.
Brandy will be showing you how to put your panels and zippers together.
In this segment, Brandy shows you how to finish off the pouch.
In this section, you'll be taught how to create a wristlet strap that can be attached to the zipper pull.
Lastly, Brandy will be presenting the finished pouch.
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