How to Sew a Lined Zipper Pouch Tutorial
These pouches are super versatile! You can make big ones and small ones, and use them for toys, crayons, or even small trinkets. They also make a great gift.
Supplies for Sewing a Lined Zipper Pouch Tutorial
The size of the lined zipper pouch can be customized to fit your needs; I made two pouches with the following measurements: Large u2013 All fabric pieces 9.5″ x 8″ and 9″ zipper, and 6″ x 6″ and 7″ zipper.
How to Sew a Lined Zipper Pouch
This lined zipper pouch tutorial has a lot of steps, but be patient with yourself; if this is a little more difficult than other projects you’ve done, you’ll get through it, and I’m confident you’ll enjoy the finished product!
You’ll need two 9.5u2033 x 8u2033 rectangles of outer fabric and two 9.5u2033 x 8u2033 rectangles of inner lining fabric. Stack the zipper along the top edge of your rectangle with the zipper pull face-down. Stitch on the right side of the zipper teeth with a zipper foot. DIY Lined Zipper Pouch Instructions: Lay your fabric out in front of you with the zipper vertically in between the twain.
Unzip and re-zip the zipper as needed while sewing. Pin all the way around every couple of inches. Turn all of the layers of the pouch right side out to create a new rectangle.
Take a piece of lining fabric and lay it FACE DOWN over the “wrong” side of the outer fabric as well as the face down zipper. Choose to pin/tape now or not. Turn your fabric 90 degrees so that the zipper pull is on the bottom. Unzip and re-zip the zipper as needed while sewing.
How do you sew a bag with sides and bottoms?
Sewing a Bag with Sides and a Bottom: Steps
- Step 1: Pick your fabric.
- Step 2: Cut your fabric.
- Step 3: Sew the faces to the sides.
- Step 4: Sew the lining together.
- Step 5: Sew the straps.
- Step 6: Sew the lining to the fabric.
- Step 7: Sew the lining to the fabric.
What is a drop in lining?
A drop-in lining is simply separating the interior from the exterior, resulting in an interior that is the same shape and size as the exterior and, when done correctly, gives the inside of your bag a far nicer appearance.
What can I use for drawstring?
You can make a drawstring out of any piece of cord, trimming, ribbon, or fabric; ribbons are more feminine, while cords are better for projects that require sturdy fastenings, such as bags; you can also experiment with different colors and add your own personal touch by using contrasting materials.
How do you make a button pouch?
How to Sew a Button Pouch is a DIY project that teaches you how to sew a button pouch.
- iron the top fold of your square of fabric.
- sew down the top fold with a fun stitch.
- fold the bottom of the square up far enough so that you can fold the top over.
- sew down the open sides of the pouch with a zig zag stitch.