A pouch I made with Craftsy free class plus simple crochet zipper tag pattern
May 16, 2015
Happy weekend to you all! Hope you had a wonderful week.
I had a fun time with sewing things after a long time. Here is the little zipper pouch I made to keep my tools safe. The zipper head is too small, so I crocheted a little zipper tag as well. You can see the pattern for the crochet zipper tag below.
Sometimes I can’t find my crochet hooks. My scissors, stitch markers, ruler, needles are everywhere when I start to crochet something. These goodies want a spot for keeping in one place. Plus, this pouch grabbed my eyes at once. It’s cute and handy.
The two most reason I love this pouch is
1. It does not get more fabric to make. I had a leftover fabric that my mom bought for a frock herself. Actually, I only had to buy a zipper in white color. I could collect other materials around my home.
This is a free mini class on Craftsy. So I do not want to pay any extra money for the class.
Kristin Link is amazing and very talented. Look at the photo above, I captured while I am watching the class and while sewing my pouch. You can see the class playing on my laptop screen and my half-finished pouch on the keyboard. Her pouch edges are very neat and straight. I need some more practice and experience. I cut the pieces outside of the cutting lines because I worried about my first pouch would not come nicely. After attaching the zipper I cut and removed extra edges along the cutting lines.
Believe me, after assembling back side pieces, you have to turn the project 2 times to get right side out. My mom was looking at me when I do this and she said it’s like a magic.