Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Scrappy Green Zipper Pouches

I wanted to use up some scraps of fabric and my batting scraps too so I decided to make some scrappy zipper pouches. Sometimes I just mix up my fabric scrap colors, other times I like to use one color family of scraps. So I decided to grab my bag of green fabric scraps and make several zipper pouches. I ended up with 10 small bags and one that is slightly larger. I still have plenty more green scraps, but I thought that was enough to make for now. The green will be great for Saint Patrick's Day or Earth Day or for Christmas.
10 small and 1 large zipper pouches all in green fabrics.
The far right bag is the larger one and the rest are all smaller.


My friend Tara gave me some green fabrics that she didn't want and some of it was partially pieced together. I was going to donate it to one of my groups, but then thought of using some of it on these bags and it worked out great, since I needed small pieces. The fabric with the currency/money was one of those she gave to me and I thought it was a great fabric for a little bag like this and that fabric would make a cute wallet too. 
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15 comments:

  1. I love how the strips of fabric are at an angle to the zips, Daryl. They look great!!!

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  2. Really cute, Daryl. And all are so different. Nice way to use scraps.

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  3. Too cute, I especially like the one with the little bird on it.

    Robin in Washington State

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  4. Great zipper bags. Looks like you may have used a different pattern for these bags, I like it.

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  5. These are lovely. I especially like the curved top; it makes them a bit different and fun.

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  6. OMG they're so cute. I particularly like the one with the bird next to the apple on it. Seems like you missed your sewing room.

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  7. Oh Daryl these are fantastic!! Ooh look at some of that snow on the background:) TFS and have a great evening!!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  8. You are working forward and creating fabulous little gift items with your beautiful fabric scraps and sewing. It is unanimous for the little bird and I see that Pear that is wonderful. Are you selling these? Creative Bliss Bags...

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  9. these are amazing, you work magic with scraps and the shape is so fun. great job.
    tara

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  10. Daryl, their adorable !! Which pattern did you use.??
    I have a ton of scraps i have to get rid of !:-0

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  11. Great little bags! Always nice to get ahead of yourself in the gift making game!

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  12. It looks like fun! Those are great. Nice challenge getting the scraps to show each other off. Neat style of bag.

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  13. Love these scrappy bags!! Can think of a dozen uses for those cute bags!!

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