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Double Zipper Pouch Tutorial & Pattern

Double Zipper Pouch Tutorial & Pattern

DIY DOUBLE ZIPPER POUCH BAG | TWO Zipper Box Pouch Tutorial.

The bag is 15 centimeters long and 10 centimeters high. The main reason for this size is to make good use of the mainstream 20cm zipper.

Materials needed

    Fabric - 30cm (length) x 25cm (width)
    Adhesive cotton → 30cm (length) × 25cm (width)
    Lining fabric → 30cm (length) × 40cm (width)
    Rigid fabric lining → 20cm (L) × 30cm (W)
    2 zippers of 20cm net length


In the pattern, we have provided you with two templates, one large and one small, the larger one for cutting the tablecloth and the lining, and the smaller one for cutting the fusible interlining.

The fabric and the adhesive pads are ironed and glued together before cutting. Once the lining and fusible interfacing are each cut in pieces, iron the fusible interfacing to the center of the lining.

For the zippers you can use size 3 or 5 and trim them to about 21.5cm long (1.5cm including both ends). Measure the width of the zipper you are using and cut the bottom circumference to the same width, which will be about 27.5cm long (1.5cm including both end seams).

If the net length of your zipper is less than 20cm, then you can extend the length of the bottom circumference so that the net length of the zipper + the net length of the bottom circumference = 46cm. If you shorten the length of the zipper, you also need to change the position of the cutter on both sides of the paper pattern, shorten the length of the zipper by 1cm, move the cutter position up by 0.5cm, and so on.

Cut a small notch at the midpoint of the two zippers and the two sides of the gusset and mark it, then use a type plate to mark the midpoint of the two pieces of tablecloth and the side point, which will be used to align the gusset and the zipper joint.

Fold the edges of the lining inward along the edges of the fusible interlining, iron the brakes with an iron, and then use a small type plate to mark the lining with 4 marking points→.


1. Sew the bottom circumference and the zipper together as shown in the figure below, taking care that the front of the zipper is facing the fabric and that the seam allowance is used as shown in the figure below.

Turn out the two sewn bottom borders→

2. Fold and sew the strap or small fabric loop to the side of one of the bottom circumferences, taking care that it is the end on which the zipper head rests when the zipper is closed.

3. the two bottom of the perimeter of the front to front set together sewing (sewing with the side of the strap), sewing portion to be narrower (about 0.5cm), too wide, if the thickness of the bag will be reduced, the capacity will also become smaller Oh → →.

4. Now, we're going to start assembling the center wall of the bag. Two pieces of lining, one at the front and one at the back, will be used here to cover the center of the seam allowance. We have already folded the lining, so we will sew the lining to the center seam of the bottom perimeter with a hand sewing needle, aligning it with the corresponding marking points, using either a standing needle or a hidden needle.

Turn over one piece and sew another.

5. Next, sew the two pieces together. Turn out half of the bottom fabric lining, take a piece of the top fabric, and line up their 4 marking points.

Use the bottom hem as the working surface when sewing. The seam allowance of the bottom circumference should be narrower, the same as when you sewed the two bottom circumferences together earlier, otherwise the width of the zipper will not be symmetrical on both sides ~~ but the seam allowance of the surface fabric should still be the same width as on the paper pattern. You can also use a half-backstitch or a backstitch to hand-stitch here.

6. After sewing, trim the seam allowance at the corner and take a piece of lining fabric to cover the seam allowance.

Point-to-point alignment, still using vertical needle hand sewing→

7. When you have finished, turn this half of the bag over to the front and sew another piece of the bag and the last piece of the lining in the same way.

8. Completion!

Double Zipper Pouch Tutorial & Pattern

Double Zipper Pouch Tutorial & Pattern


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