For the Love of Crafting: DIY Zipper Lip Pouch

Join us in celebrating Valentine’s Day with 5 DIY creations from the heart. Five incredible instructors will provide live demonstrations as they quilt, sew, knit, and bake all week long. On Tuesday, February 2nd at 2:00 PM CT, learn how to make a DIY Zipper Lip Pouch with Emily Steffen, National Sewing Circle instructor. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, instructions, and recipes!

Series Schedule:

Monday, February 1st at 2:00 PM CT – Chocolate Macarons

Tuesday, February 2nd at 2:00 PM CT – DIY Zipper Lip Pouch

Wednesday, February 3rd at 2:00 PM CT – Knitted Heart-Shaped Dishcloth

Thursday, February 4th at 2:00 PM CT – Quilt-As-You-Go “Backpack Buddy”

Friday, February 5th at 2:00 PM CT – Woven Heart Basket

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https://www.craftsy.com

https://www.nationalquilterscircle.com

https://www.nationalsewingcircle.com

https://www.theknittingcircle.com

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46 Responses to “For the Love of Crafting: DIY Zipper Lip Pouch”
  1. Malinda Krzyzanowski
    Malinda Krzyzanowski

    I’m shocked you would teach a project and the most basic step is to have proper supplies needed yet you’re using a horribly dull rotary blade. Every time you roll it it looks like you’re trying to cut leather with a butter knife. Please for your own safety change your blade or trace and pin and cut with scissors. You’re scaring me.

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  2. Elizabeth Davis Evans
    Elizabeth Davis Evans

    I would love to show this video to my sewing students and do this for valentines day!! Can I do that? Can I download it? I am a public school teacher.

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  3. Helen
    Helen

    I enjoyed this class so much, not only for the unique project, but because of Emily’s cheerful personality. With all the gloom in the world right now, we can all use more fun and laughter!

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  4. Denise Howard
    Denise Howard

    What a fun project for a Valentine gift I am going to make for my Grand Daughter to put her Valentine’s in.

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    • Customer Service
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      Hi Joan. We are still working on loading content onto the site. Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience.
      Jean
      Craftsy

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Teri. We are still working on loading content onto the site. Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience.
      Thanks
      Jean
      Craftsy

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  5. Sherryshaw@me.com
    Sherryshaw@me.com

    Should you zig zag your lining if you use cotton? or pinking shears when you cut the cotton?

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  6. Betsy Boyd
    Betsy Boyd

    i just stumbled on to this…. Cute! and i like that you had an issue and worked thru on here live!

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  7. Linda
    Linda

    Those clips holding the lining look as if they will end up INSIDE, between the lining and outer layer. You would not be able to take them out!

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  8. Beth A Rieger
    Beth A Rieger

    you aren’t going to be able to get those clips out of the lining if you sew that together

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  9. kathy
    kathy

    Can a craftsy rep explain when all the items we previously purchased FOR LIFETIME will again be available to us?

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  10. Susan D Havekost
    Susan D Havekost

    You can also use very large washers from the home improvement stores for weights.

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