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Thread: Zipper Tutorial by Rhonda

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    Senior Member RUSewing's Avatar
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    What a great zipper demonstration/tutorial, esp. since I'm previously ''zipper'' challenged! not now
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    Thanks so much! Bookmarked this one.
    Happy Quilting.

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    Zippers are not my favorite either, but it's always good to see your way of doing things. Maybe I'll make a purse some day with zippers. Or maybe redo my little bag on my wheelchair because it doesn't have a zipper and my new little devil dog keeps taking my phone out of the pocket and chews on it. A zipper would be a big help.....oh Rhonda, there you go again...you keep me forever busy...
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    Thank you so much for the great tutorial. I know I will be using this in the future. The tip on using an extra long zipper is great. I have always sewn around the zipper pull and it's never worked out real well for me. LOL

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    I really appreciate this, thank you sew much, you did a fantastic job.
    Mary

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    It is obvious how much work you did creating that tutorial for all of us. Thanks for your time and effort.

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    You're all very welcome. I just hope it helps.

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