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Chaps, a chapstickholder with a cap

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Pattern Details

For a lot of people a chapstick is the most important possession (besides the money in the wallet) This little baggie can hold 1 chapstick. You can add it to a keyring with your keys or add a swivel clip in your bag and attach it there so you don't have to look for it deep inside. Do you happen to have small swivel clips, then you can switch the D-ring for a swivel clip. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY use a sewing machine follow a pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 1,5" x 3,5"

Recommended with this pattern

  • a KAM snap
  • some scraps of cotton fabric
  • a 1/2" d-ring

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Serial Bagmakers
Serial Bagmakers
Hello and welcome! My name is Anne Verberckmoes, the woman, pattern designer and fearless YouTube publisher behind Serial Bagmakers. Like you, I have a serious bag making passion. I live it, dream it, and having found a few threads in my plate on occasion, you might say I eat it! My true passion stems from the ability to transfer my thoughts and ideas onto paper, and then a pattern and then the final icing on the cake -- to see my patterns come to life by people all over the world. I am humbled each time I see one of my patterns sewn into someone’s own beautiful creation, with their own unique touches. I hope you will share your masterpieces with me on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/serialbagmakers/ Pattern drafting also feeds another passion of mine which is teaching. I understand that many of you are visual learners and so I take great pride in offering supporting videos for most of my patterns, at no extra charge. Thank you for your confidence in me. For taking the leap of faith in one of my patterns that are very near and dear to my heart. Anne