Bomb Pop Popsicle Zipper Pouch

Join us for our Summer Crafting Party mini-series. Learn how to make the Bomb Pop Popsicle Zipper Pouch with sewing instructor Emily Steffen. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, and instructions!

Series Schedule:

Monday, June 21st at 2:00 PM CT – Fireworks Fun Table Runners

Tuesday, June 22nd at 2:00 PM CT – Bomb Pop Popsicle Zipper Pouch

Wednesday, June 23rd at 2:00 PM CT – Uncle Sam and Gnome Cookie Demo

Thursday, June 24th at 2:00 PM CT – Summer Stripes Knitted Dishcloth & Placemat

Friday, June 25th at 2:00 PM CT – Quick and Easy Summer Tote Bag

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20 Responses to “Bomb Pop Popsicle Zipper Pouch”

  1. Daitao Lan

    I am interested in your activities very much. How can I attend it in Nanaomi. Saturday is the time for me. Hope to hear from you soon.

  2. ANNA

    I can completely understand why you don’t like to back stitch with applique because it will cause things to get bunched up.

  3. ANNA

    Hello from Rocky Mount, Virginia. PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!! I really need some help with getting my sewing machines adjusted properly. They either are too loose on the top or too loose on the bottom.


      per brother sewing site:be sure threading is correct. rethread top thread, check that upper thread tension is between 4&5, check the bobbin. bobbin thread could be wound incorrectly- bobbin could be inserted incorrectly- use correct bobbin for your machine, make sure bobbin was threaded correctly in the shuttle( check by holding bobbin w right hand with thread unwnding to the left, pull out some thread, drop bobbin in the casepush bobbin down and pass thread thru the slit pull thru to the cutter, replace bobbin cover. change the needle could be dull, or wrong for type of fabric, use correct thread for type of fabric, try to sew on scap of fabric and see if you need to adjust the thread tension dial. good luck your sewing machine may have a youtube or we bsite that has the instruction book.

  4. ANNA

    Hello from Rocky Mount, Virginia. PLEASE HELP ME!!! I need help with getting my sewing machines adjusted properly, because they are not working right at all. Either the thread is out of wak on the top or on the bottom.

  5. Laura Rogers

    Loved this class! A relaxing project for summer. Creamsicles are my favorite, so I’m planning on making an orange Creamsicle version.

    • Rifqa

      Hi, It’s very interesting & helpful to make things like these neat & tidy.

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  6. Ann Marie Hall

    Love the project.. Any sugguestions to making easy bias tape to finishing a project. Going to be my next challenge..

  7. Sherrye L Clark

    It looks like single fold bias tape would do well for the shadows.

  8. Judy

    You could turn the pins so they are across the shadows and it would hold them in place better