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« Japanese Kimono Fabric Wool | Main | Bonbon »

November 11, 2011


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Thanks so much for the tutorial. Hope you don't mind, but I'm pinning this to remind me when I next make a zippered pouch.

Patty Darbee

I just love that you share this kind of expertise with us. I have learned so much from your patterns and tutorials like this! I too am going to copy it for reference and pop is into my "huge" Keyka Lou ring binder..PattyD.


That looks so neat at the ends- I will definitely use this method next time I make a zippy pouch!


This is definitely amazing. Who would have thought? I mean, zipper pouches are kind of a mistery to me when it come to the corners. Somehow you are helping us demystify them. Thanks a lot!


It's really wonderful!Thanks for sharing.:)


Oooh I love you! Thank you!


Thank you Michelle!! you are you!!


Thank you so much for this post. A few details makes all the diference.

Patricia with ZiaMariaDesigns

I agree thanks so much for the tips and tutorials, this helps so much in improving the quality of my pouches!


You rock my world! This is genius!!!


I can't wait to try this!!! Thank you so much for sharing how you did it =D

Michelle B

Thanks! so very clever!

Kim Janson

Alleluia Michelle!!! Finally after years
of seeing perfect zipper ends on many,
many pouches, and wondering how the heck
they did solved the mystery!
Incredible...thanks a million times :)

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