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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

A Handful of Zippered Pouches

Today I'm back here to show you a set of zippered pouches I've been busy with in the past few weeks.



Each pouch is different because they are made with fabric scraps, but all of them were made using my zippered pouch tutorial - which means that despite the zippers I managed to assemble them pretty quickly.




A Handful of Zippered Puches
 
I still don't know exactly what I will do with them, but probably they will serve as homemade gifts at one point or another.

A Handful of Zippered PuchesA Handful of Zippered Puches



Each pouch is lined with a matching fabric (again, all scraps and leftovers from other sewing projects).

A Handful of Zippered PuchesA Handful of Zippered Puches


A Handful of Zippered PuchesA Handful of Zippered Puches

For this one I added an appliqued heart cut from the same fabric as the lining:

A Handful of Zippered PuchesA Handful of Zippered Puches



And this one was made with two different fabrics and a ribbon overlapping the seam. It was the one that turned most wonky, probably because the two fabrics are too different in texture and thickness, so I guess I still need to perfect the technique a bit more.

A Handful of Zippered PuchesA Handful of Zippered Puches


But overall I'm happy with my handful of pouches.


A Handful of Zippered Puches


And because these pouches, except for the zippers, were made using only materials I already had at home, they count as a great  destashing project too.


See below my other destashing projects of 2018 so far:

Destashing #1: Scrappy crochet blanket
Destashing #2: DIY Play Food: cloth napkins & napkin rings
Desatshing #3: DIY Doll Diaper - tutorial and pattern


Happy Tuesday, 

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