Learn how to sew a Small Lined Zipper Pouch! The perfect way to master sewing a zipper and the perfect beginner friendly sewing project.
In case you don’t know, I actually created a second website called Hooked on Sewing that is 100% focused on sewing tutorials, tips, and patterns designed with the beginner sewist in mind.
But, the great part is it’s not really JUST for beginners. I don’t know about you, but I find that I learn something new every day. Even when it comes to sewing.
I’ve been sewing since I was a little girl. I’ve sewn just about anything you can imagine and yet, just a few years ago I learned about “Wonder Clips.” Why did I wait so long to try them?! Goodness gracious!
How to Sew a Small Zipper Lined Pouch
What You’ll Learn
Besides the obvious of learning How to Sew a Small Lined Zipper Pouch, you’ll also learn all these sewing techniques in one little sewing project:
- how to sew zipper tabs,
- how to sew a zipper,
- how to trim a zipper,
- how to add a lining,
- how to do topstitching,
- how to apply fusible fleece,
- and even how to add some contrast fabric to the bottom of the pouch.
This small lined zipper pouch really is a great little project that will help you to not only sew something very practical, but to perfect your sewing skills and gain sewing confidence.
For extra help in sewing this small lined zipper pouch, you can follow along in this video tutorial.
More Sewing Ideas
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In the meantime, if you enjoyed learning How to Sew a Small Lined Zipper Pouch, you might also like these other sewing projects from The Birch Cottage:
- Learn to Sew an Easter Basket
- How to Sew a Casserole Dish Cozy
- Sew a Reversible Microwave Safe Bowl Cozy
And these sewing ideas from Hooked on Sewing:
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