Sunday, May 8, 2016

Marilyn Patchwork Cosmetic Zippered Pouch

I made the Marilyn Cosmetic Patchwork version of this zippered pouch by Imazz Patterns. I have so many scraps that I made both the front and back of this pouch in patchwork. It's a nice size. You can add an inside pocket if you want to, but I decided not to add any pockets on this one. You can also add a wrist strap if you want to. The pattern comes with the patchwork version as a bonus, plus the instructions to make the Marilyn with all one fabric or 2 fabrics. It's a nice size bag for cosmetics and more. You can find Imazz Patterns on Etsy or Craftsy.

This is a fast and easy bag to make too!
Imazz Pattern design
Here is the patchwork on one side of the bag.


I used a canvas home decor print for the bottom of the bag.

Here is the other side of the bag with more patchwork. I used my batik scraps for both sides.
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11 comments:

  1. That's really cute, Daryl. This is on my list to do. How can I not make this with that name??

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  2. This is such a nice bag and I love the charm on the side. I need to remember to add a charm when I make zipper bags! Happy Mother's Day!

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  3. Cute bag, Daryl! Charms and great beads are such a fun detail for zipper pulls to add just a touch of pizzazz to a pouch/bag/purse/tote... :-)

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  4. Hello Daryl,
    Wishing you Happy Mother's Day and may your day be filled with lots of joy and love with your family!! The bag is fabulous!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  5. so pretty and colorful, Daryl. Made me smile looking at those colors! Some people know how to use ALL colors and their crafts are just adorable. I am not good at it, so usually I play safe with tones or coordinating colors. But this purse of yours made me think hard. next project, perhaps.

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  6. Great little bag and good use of scraps!

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  7. Great little bag and good use of scraps!

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  8. Lovely mix of colors. I love your stitching detail where the bottom and the top join.
    Thank you for participating to my Fabric, Thread and Yarn link party. Have a good day!

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  9. What a sweet pouch Daryl! Now you are making me want to make one or...two new ones!

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  10. I love the batik scappy look. Such a sweet bag.

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  11. A great way to use up scraps of fabric, Daryl. A lovely bag.

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