Triple Zip - The Fun Continues
Determined to have a bunch of Birthday and Christmas gifts made and set aside for the following year (to reduce the holiday sewing stress,) I decided to make a lot of Triple Zip Pouches to give this year. Featured here today are the first five I have finished. I have another six cut out, interfaced and ready to sew. They won't be finished in time for the Triple Zip Along hosted by A Quilter's Table, but at least they are ready to go! I think the hard part is going to be deciding who will get what pouch. They are all so pretty, in my opinion at least!
These five went together so quickly, especially when sewing assembly line style. Once you have made one and understand the process, it really is so easy to construct the rest. I just love them and am seriously considering keeping one for myself! I will be adding these to the Triple Zip Along Flickr Pool and if you get a chance, head over and be prepared to be awed by the sheer amount of people who have made the same pouch, but yet they all look so different. So impressive! Thanks Debbie for such a great tutorial and such a fun sew along!
I also wanted to briefly mention that all my zippers were purchased from Zipit, a wonderful etsy shop with great prices and fast shipping, I can not recommend them enough. Also, all of these pouches were constructed using Pellon interfacing. Both of these businesses are sponsors of the sew along!
2/14/2013 05:36:51 am
What a fantastic idea - they all look beautiful!!
2/15/2013 12:05:49 am
Hey sweetie - I love the black/white/yellow one - hint, hint. Love you! MOM
Can I pick your brain? I've made three of these now and I seem to be getting worse instead of better. Do you use a walking foot? I couldn't get my zipper around it when top stitching so I picked it out. Yours look so perfect and square. My top zipper is more to the front than on top. Any tips would be much appreciated ; )
2/19/2013 01:19:19 am
I was so proud of myself for finishing one, Lordy girl, you are on a roll!!! They are all really wonderful and whom ever gets them should jump for joy!!
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