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    Thread: bags, or pouches

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      Default bags, or pouches

      Where can I find instructions for making any of your bags or pouches?

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      If you purchase a set the instructions will be included - if you have gathered the files as freebies here is what I usually do with the zipper pouches :-
      Hoop tearaway stabilizer and run the placement lines for the zipper.
      Place the zipper face up between the two lines and tape in place.
      Run the zipper tackdown stitch.
      You should have two pieces of fabric for the front of the bag and they should each be ironed in half and taped in place so that the folds are above and below the zipper (top piece will be smaller than bottom piece)
      Run the fabric tackdown stitch.
      If there is any decoration this would be done now.
      Open the zipper and move the pull to the middle.
      Place any ribbon or tag now and tape it in place so that it's fold will be inside the stitch line.
      Place the back fabric right side down over the entire bag and add batting or fleece if you are using it.
      Run fabric tackdown stitch.
      Take the hoop from the machine and turn it upside down to tape the lining fabric over the entire bag.
      Run the last stitches that should leave a gap for turning.
      Remove from the hoop and trim well (ecept the turning gap that will need extra fabric for hand sewing shut).
      Turn the bag through the gap and remove as much stabiliser as you can.
      Expose the zipper and turn the entire bag through the opening that you left.
      Your bag should be done.

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