THIS CLASS IS A FREE HOLIDAY PROJECT CLASS ON MY YOU TUBE CHANNEL. Please check out of the cart here - there will be nothing to pay and then use this link to access the video.
YES - learn how to insert a zipper very easily AND end up with an unusual shaped baggie/pouch which is a great holiday gift: fill it with soap & hand cream or chocolates or sewing notions. It is sure to be appreciated.
It can even be used as an eco friendly gift wrapping too! No need for wrapping paper!
Many people tell me they are afraid of sewing zippers. This video will show that it really is NOT a difficult thing to do. As well as learning about zipper insertion, you will also learn how to make a clever little zipper baggie with an unusual shape.
This mini tutorial includes a PDF sheet with Supply and prep/cutting instructions which will be emailed to you with the access code to this tutorial after you have registered.
Please allow up to 24 Hours to receive this email - mainly due to the time zone differences. If you do not receive an email from us within 24 hours, please check your junk and spam folders and email us if you don't find it there: firstname.lastname@example.org
You have access to watch this video as often as you wish for a year from purchase.
AND you have support on my Facebook Group: Sew and Learn with Liz Thompson. It is an open group so please feel free to join. I will answer any of your queries which may arise from this Humbug bag tutorial.
This mini tutorial goes together with other mini tutorials where I show how to insert zippers in a variety of different ways. I chose to keep them short & sweet in time and price. ENJOY!
Other topics coming:
1. Liz's easiest ever Zipper
2. Welt Zipper baggie (also great for pockets etc)
3. Insert a zipper into a baggie IN THE HOOP of your embroidery machine. Embroidery design will be included in class fee for this class.
RESOURCES FOR YOU:
* my website: www.sewwithliz.com which has links to all my social media pages
* Sewing support is available on my Facebook Group: Sew with Liz Thompson
I'd love to hear from you. Please show us your completed humbug bag on my Facebook Group.
Happy sewing! Liz Thompson Vancouver, Canada