This adorable zipper pouch is all about the gorgeous Renaissance Ribbons. We show you how to stack and stitch them in place. A peek-a-boo vinyl insert through the center lets you see what’s inside your pretty pouch.
Our designer tote uses beautiful Renaissance Ribbons to their best advantage: as focal point embellishments against a solid fabric. We include detailed instructions and lots of helpful photos to walk you through every step.
Sometimes extra-cute is exactly what you need. With its casual style and small size, this double-zip pouch is great for kids or adults. Clever side loops act as channels for the thin, adjustable-with-knots straps.
This one tutorial gives you all the basics you need to create the first of what will likely be many zipper pouches. Learn how to cut a zipper to size, add end tabs, box the bottom corners, and insert a fully finished lining.
We’ve pulled together our top ten articles that show a variety of ways you can keep things closed. Locks, snaps, zips, buttons, and more. If you need closure, we have some great ideas. Let us know which are your favorites.
We love the look and functionality of zippers. But many of us are not crazy about installing them. To get good, you gotta jump in. Let’s start with a conventional zipper, where the fabric meets along the center of the zipper teeth.
We used gorgeous Renaissance Ribbons to hold the zippers in place on these go-anywhere 6” x 9” pouches. Clear vinyl on the front lets you easily glance at the contents. There’s even a free pattern to create the rounded corners.
Two coordinated pouches designed to clip together. Use one or both. Turn them into a mini shoulder bag or ditch the strap and toss one or both into a larger tote. Stash money and cards in one, make-up and extras in the other.