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Thread: Clip pouches

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    Clip pouches

    I made a couple of these handy clip pouches. They were made up entirely from scraps leftover from other projects.

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    Those are so cute!! Great use of those small pieces of mesh that aren't good for anything else, too. Love those zipper charms.

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    Very nice, busy fingers! Aren't these little projects fun?

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    I love these!! I never can get a zipper done right!
    i know I need to work on that...

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    These are great. I like that idea.

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    I love them, must try and make some myself.

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    Oh, those are so cute. What is the pattern called. I'd like to include one in my recently made duffle bag.

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    ​Very cute!

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    Cute little bags! Love your colors.

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    These would be perfect for a quilter! You could put sewing notion notes and little snips of fabric you are looking for in them for when you go out shopping. Perfect size for a purse.
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    Those are so adorable. You have been busy and how nice to use up scraps.

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    Love those cute pouches... you've done such a nice job.
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    I’ve been looking for a pattern for these. Can you tell me your pattern source please?

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    Thanks for your lovely comments. For those asking I just did a "google search" on clip pouches and took what I considered the best of what I found and put all the information together. There is no pattern as such.


    Good luck and enjoy making your clip pouches.

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    Those are great. I haven’t thought of using mesh for this.

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    Thanks for the idea of using mesh leftovers in a zippered pouch. Your pouches look kinda like Atkinson Designs' Bridget's Bagettes. That pattern uses clear vinyl where you have the mesh and does not have the handy ring attachment. Both easy fixes if you have the pattern.
    Thanks again for the mesh idea!

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    very nice, great idea! could be very useful indeed as RedGarnet222 said.

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    Oh what fun and a great use of scraps. I like this idea for Christmas gifts...thank you! Can you suggest your fav. tutorial that helped you the most in making these? I have not put in a zipper in a while. Love your fabric combo's.

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    Love those! Is there are pattern source you can share? I've love to make up a few of those for an upcoming retreat.
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    Cute pouches. Love the zipper pulls. Great way to use up those scraps...but if your scrap bin is like mine, you didn't even begin to make a dent in it. LOL

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    These pouches are adorable! Nice work!

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    Inspiring! I've been wanting to make some but haven't made the time yet. Darling zipper pulls!

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    I found this free pattern that looks a lot like Karen's clip pouches. Only difference I see is that these have a rounded right bottom side & Karen's sides are all squared off. Hope this help some of you who are looking for a pattern similar.

    https://www.sewcanshe.com/blog/2018/...sewing-pattern

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    Thank you the pattern link !

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    Quote Originally Posted by kat13 View Post
    I love these!! I never can get a zipper done right!
    i know I need to work on that...
    Kat13, these are great to make for zipper practice, because the zipper is just sewn to 2 flat pieces of fabric. Super simple. Easy peasy. Okie dokie. Lol! Here's a Jenny Doan video for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehdNBYnFsAw

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