Camera zip pouch

Camera zip pouch

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There are certain images you never get tired of. A type writer, canvas shoes, air balloons, rain boots and cameras…… I already drew quite of many images but still enjoy creating more.

Today’s model is my 8year old daughter, Chloe. I promised her that she could have mommy’s pouch. 🙂

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Again, my card was the inspiration(read more about camera card) for today’s sewing project.

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1.finished size: 7x4inch. If you don’t have Pellon fusible bedding, use iron-adhesive. I used regular quilting bedding.

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2.cut out camera shape. don’t be afraid to draw a camera. they are just couple of rectangles and circles that my 8 year old can cut. 🙂

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3.glue on linen. I used Sewline fabric glue but school glue works just fine.

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4.with the sewing machine, stitch around the outline several times to secure.

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5.you will be amazed what you can draw with the  sewing machine. 🙂

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6.to help your understanding, I left the threads. you can see where I started and stopped.

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7.now, sew the zipper

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to sew the bag pieces to the zipper, first turn the zipper upside-down so the underside faces you.

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8.this is how it looks like when you finish attaching the zipper.

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9.use the iron to adhere the fusible to the wrong side of the printed fabric.

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1o.leave some gap in lining for turning.

To see more sewing project, visit blog.naver.com/zeriano

 

Thank you for visiting me today or once again.

Love always,

minki

 

 

 

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