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Tulip Zipper Case by CloBird

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  • Zipper

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Pattern Details

This is a fabulous quick and EASY sew. Perfect for gift giving or craft fairs. The Large Tulip is perfect for sewing scissors, knitting needles coloring book pencils. Baby Tulip is ideal for eyewear or other small items. Passport Tulip will easily hold two passports and a large smartphone. These are as versatile as they are fun to make. Foam interfacing keeps your fragile items safer. The wrap around pocket adds additional space. The half-zipper installation allows for mix and match fun! The pattern is fully illustrated, with over 25 color photographs and very detailed instructions. In addition to the pattern, CloBird Designs has a very active Facebook Group that is always there to help and cheer you along the way. You can join the group here: (in this group, you will find a video tutorial for the zipper installation step). If you like this pattern - be sure to check out its companion - The Tulip Crossbody Zipster here: Additionally, you can find great fabric, hardware and kits in our online store: -------------------------------------------------------- BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic Sewing Skills Zipper installation helpful, but not necessary SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Large: 11" high x 4 1/2" wide Small: 7" high x 4" wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/3 yard piece Flex-Foam (Pellon FF77) or Bosal In-R-Foam or Soft & Stable
  • (2) 14" #3 nylon zippers ~ contrasting colors
  • MATERIALS for 2 Tulip Zipper Cases:

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CloBird Designs
My earliest memory of crafting was making my first construction paper headdress at Thanksgiving when I was about 4-years old. I've been hooked on creating ever since. There isn't a time in my life that I haven't had some creative project in process. Today, I focus on writing sewing patterns for handbags and accessories and thoroughly enjoy the process, from conception to launch. My goal is to create unique designs with instructions that are easy to follow that will also teach you a new tip or technique along the way! I have a very active Facebook group where we share our successes and discuss our challenges. It is a kind and helpful group that have bonded over our mutual love of all things sewing and craft related. I do hope you will join as there as well. You can find us here: Thank you for coming by! I am grateful for your support, encouragement and inspiration. Karis