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Thanks for the great tutorial - zippers always seem to make me cringe. I'll give this a try next time.
Best sipper tutorial I've ever seen. Can't wait to try. Thank you.
Thank you so much for taking the time to make this great tutorial. Zippers still scare me! I will give this a try.Mary Malone
I am so sorry I did not see this tutorial up until now!!! I have sewn my first zipper today...but this method looks like something I need to try. Thanks!!
This is a really nice tutorial and explanation for making a nice zipper installation. I'm sure lots of people will appreciate this. I do! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph each step! I'll certainly be using this -- and your fabric scrap bags are terrific! Florence
Daryl, this zipper tutorial is great, just what I need.
Great tutorial Daryl. So easy to follow with those lovely clear photos. Looks so much nicer with the tabs on the ends. Thanks.
This is a great zipper for a bag tut! And these are so cute and decorative for scraps. Cool idea!
THANK YOU i really appreciate the detail because i was doing it wrong and now you saved me. the photos are great.Tara
Thanks for the great tutorial. Now my bag zippers will look better!
Wonderful tutorial with great photos! Thanks for sharing.Quilting at the River Linky Party Tuesday
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