ZIP IT
WOMAN'S WEEKLY|September 14, 2021
These pretty pouches are perfect for storing handbag essentials
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TESTED BY US so they work for you

YOU WILL NEED

  • Fat quarter of patterned cotton fabric
  • Medium-weight fusible interlining
  • Two 15cm metal zips
  • Matching sewing thread
  • Sewing machine with zipper foot
  • Pins
  • Scissors

STOCKISTS Dashwood Studio Twist in Mint, £3 per fat quarter, Dashwood Studio; Our Planet in Tiger Floral, £3.50 per fat quarter, Cotton & Stitch (cottonandstitch.co.uk)

NOTE Instructions are to make one pouch. Use 1cm seam allowances throughout.

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