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Clear Zippered Pouch Tutorial

Clear Zippered Pouch Tutorial
Clear Zippered Pouch Tutorial
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If you need a better way to store your sewing supplies, then you need to see this Clear Zippered Pouch Tutorial. This pouch pattern is perfect for organizing those little tools and supplies that tend to get all mixed up. Best of all, you can see what’s inside the bag without having to open it. Perhaps you can even make a few for your husband, so he can finally tidy up his side of the bathroom. These sturdy little bags are also waterproof, which means all their contents will be safe from accidents. Feel free to fit whatever you want in these bags; they are roomy enough for a lot of items.

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I have clear vinyl that would be perfect for this project. I get it from work and I'm trying to save it from the land fill. It's free and you can find it at my etsy shop here. https//www.etsy.com/listing/288906475/free-clear-c == raft-vinyl-up-cycled-re?ref=shophomelistings

Who doesn't need a project bag. I like keeping my project all together so I don't accidentally use some of the fabric elsewhere. It's good to keep the pattern with the project too.

I make one of these for my daughter so she could see her sewing tools.

I hate it when I buy fabric and notions for a project and then can't find the pattern, thread, or even special beads or findings that I set aside to embellish the project. These clear pouches could be made in sizes to fit any sized project--from queen sized quilts to the smallest knitting or embroidery project. The ideas are endless! I really like Ask93's idea for carry-on liquids. With a little modification they could be made boxier so you could stack items in it better. Can't wait to start several.

These are really cute. I think they would be perfect for me. I love all sorts of crafts and these would be perfect for seeing quickly what bag my crochet hooks where in or where my knitting stuff is. I don't think my Husband would use them in the bath room but I sure would! I think the Carry on idea is great! I wonder what other uses could be though of to use these cute bags for.

I love these. I want to make a whole bunch of them too. I have another idea. I think I can make some for travelling and carrying those liquids in our carry-on luggage. Wouldn't that be a good idea? I want to make them coordinate with my luggage.

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