The improv Slouch Zipper Bag
The Improv slouch zipper bag, is a fun, yet stylish bag that is so much fun to sew. This is a great project to use up some of your scraps or left over jelly roll strips from your stash. You may experiment with different color range, use solid or prints, totally up to you.
The construction of this bag is similar to the Marion bag that I posted a month ago, however since this bag is larger in size, the finished look is quite different than the Marion bag (this bag has more slouch look).
Watch the full video tutorial on my Youtube channel
The Peony Slouch Zipper Bag Supplies and measurement :
Assorted quilt weight fabric strips (refer to measurements in the cutting instruction below)
2/3 yard lining fabric
Nylon Zipper (at least 15" long)
1" D rings (2x)
1" Lobster clasp swivel hooks (2x)
1" adjuster slider
Fusible woven interfacing (pellon shapeflex 101)
Basing sewing notions
Cut 13-15 pcs of 18" x 2 1/2" strips
Cut one 18" x 9"
Cut one 18" x 12"
Cut two 15" x 15" fusible woven interfacing
Cut two 15" x 14 1/2" fusible fleece
Cut two 15" x 15" from the lining fabric
Cut two 15" x 8" from the lining fabric
Cut one 5" x 4"
Cut one 60" (or desired length) x 4" strips
Cut one 59" (1" shorter than the length of your strap) x 2"
Cut two 4"x width of zipper (fabric and interfacing)
If you have any questions about this project please do not hesitate to reach out to me.
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