Sweet 17 Zip Pouch

Minki's Work Table Sweet 17 Zip Pouch Finished size: 9 1/2˝ wide x 3 1/2˝ height x 3 1/2˝ deep Assorted print scraps: You will need 17 squares 3˝ × 3˝ for the patchwork. Lining: fat quarter Medium-weight fusible batting: fat quarter (I got mine at dailylike.ca) Zipper: at least 12’’ closed end zipper (longer and nylon zipper preferred) Basic knowledge of sewing, zipper attachment, is necessary. This is a PDF pattern only. A PDF viewer is necessary.
$7.50

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Sweet 17 Zip Pouch

$7.50
Sweet 17 Zip Pouch
Sweet 17 Zip Pouch
Sweet 17 Zip Pouch
Sweet 17 Zip Pouch
Sweet 17 Zip Pouch
Sweet 17 Zip Pouch

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Sweet 17 Zip Pouch

$7.50
Model Number: sweet17zip2019
Finished size: 9 1/2˝ wide x 3 1/2˝ height x 3 1/2˝ deep

Assorted print scraps: You will need 17 squares 3˝ × 3˝ for the patchwork.
Lining: fat quarter
Medium-weight fusible batting: fat quarter (I got mine at dailylike.ca)
Zipper: at least 12’’ closed end zipper (longer and nylon zipper preferred)

Basic knowledge of sewing, zipper attachment, is necessary.
This is a PDF pattern only. A PDF viewer is necessary.
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Manufacturer: Minki's Work Table
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6 thoughts on “Sweet 17 Zip Pouch”

  1. Liz says:

    Will the pattern show me how to make this without patchwork squares.

    1. zeriano says:

      Hi, yes, it has the template so you can use one print instead of patchwork if you want.

  2. Wendy says:

    I just bought the pattern; I will download from my home computer, as I am at work now. I’m hoping there’s instructions for what I think they call “Echo Lines” when working with patchwork squares. I’ve always thought they were pretty.

    1. zeriano says:

      Please let me know when you have a question. I will try my best to answer!

  3. Megan Barrett Hall says:

    Hello, I have the outside complete and have tried twice to get the inside to fit. It is way to big…. any suggestions or is there a tutorial on how to add the lining? It’s so cute on the outside. 🙂

    1. zeriano says:

      Hi Megan,
      I am sorry for the delayed reply. We were moving to new house, that’s why.
      Fold the lining seams until it fits to the exterior. The lining is big because of the batting thickness. Please let me know if you have any questions!
      Minki xx

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