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Oh so easy zipper bags

Added Dec 3, 2010

by runningwiths...

Winnipeg, Canada

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Description

I found this tutorial on Burdastyle months ago, but always found an excuse not to do it. What a mistake- it was soooo easy! I made one for each of my kids. The bag itself took no time at all (maybe 15-20 minutes and that is with me being a cautious sewer). The applique on my daughter’s bag took longer than the bag itself (it’s a scrap of a microfleece top sheet I used to make a duvet cover with, small piece of red felt and 2 threads of black embroidery floss). Definately will be making more of these. I figure they will make great loot bags for birthday parties next year.
You will have to forgive the picture quality, my camera is dying a slow death!

Material Notes

9" zip, ribbon and printed canvas (?) for blue bag and 7" zip, ribbon and microfibre scrap for maroon one
Applique- microfleece scrap, felt and embroidery floss

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
For
Children
Garment Type
Toy
Style
Other
Material
Cotton, Polyester

Credits

Little Zipper Bag

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    Dec 5, 2010, 01.26 AMby twoboos

    Hey!!! they are so cute!!! thanks for the link!

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    Dec 3, 2010, 03.30 PMby strawberrydestruction

    Very cute! Those would make organizing a pencil pouch so much easier than having all the markers and colored pencils together. The possiblities of use are endless. Luv the Hello Kitty patch!

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This project is based on

Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/oh-so-easy-zipper-bags