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Annie Zipper Pouch – PDF Pattern


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The Annie Zipper Pouch pattern free is beginner friendly and easy to make.  This small pouch has two zippers: a front zippered pocket and a top zipper for the main compartment.

You can use it as a pencil case, cosmetics bag, or also as tools/crafts organizer. I’m using mine for my sewing labels.

This project doesn’t reequired a lot of materials.  Just fabrics for exterior and lining and zippers.  It is a good project to use your fabric scraps and to feature your favorite fabrics. Have fun using your favorite prints for the front pocket, it’s the perfect project to be bold.

Add a wrislet strap or a crossbody strap and change the dimensions to fit your need.

This pattern has 10 pages and includes photos for each step.  All pattern pieces are squares and are cut with quilting rulers.

Finished Size: 10” W x 6” H x 1⁄2” D

Materials & Supplies
Exterior Fabric: Fat Quarter or Fat Eight of accent fabric and Fat Eight of coordinating fabric.
Lining Fabric: Fat Quarter
Interfacing: 1⁄2 yd SF 101 and 1⁄2 yd Decovil Light
Zippers: 20” #5 Nylon Coil Zipper Tape & 2 zipper pulls

Fabric & Interfacing Recommendations

In all my patterns, recommendend interfacing depends on the materials that you choose.

• If you use cotton, interface with SF101 & Decovil Light (Glue on the Decovil Light can be heavy on cotton and it can wrinkle your exterior,  I avoid that by interfacing with SF101 first, then with Decovil Light always keeping the decovil outside seam allowances.
• If using canvas, interface with Decovil Light (I don’t use SF101 with canvas as the fabric is sturdy enough for the decovil light)
• If using Nylon Cordura Fabric, Vinyl, or Cork Fabric do not interface.

• If using cotton, interface with SF101
• If using Nylon Cordura Fabric, do not interface.

I made the samples using Roar and Besties Collections by Tula Pink.

You’ll receive a link to download the pdf pattern.

Tutorial for this zipper pouch pattern free is also available on the blog.

I’ll love to see your finished projects, share on social media using #anniezipperpouch

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