Monster Zipper Bags | Creative Giveaway Day 2

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Welcome to Day 2 of the Creative Christmas Countdown! Today is all about installing the scary zipper.

Zippers don't have to be scary! Come join me and learn something new with my online sewing classes at Annie's Creative Studio. With hundreds of classes, you are bound to be inspired!

I’m not exactly sure why but if there is one notion that most folks seem to dread installing it’s the zipper. Honestly, this is something that has always left me scratching my head because with a little bit of prep work, they can be so easy!

To help get you started, here are the zipper basics.

Learn how to reduce a zipper and the anatomy of a nylon zipper on The Sewing Loft

Now that you’re armed with the anatomy lesson, it’s time to pull out my secret weapon, the narrow zipper foot.

Differences between the standard zipper foot vs the narrow zipper foot. Learn why the narrow zipper foot is a MUST have! The Sewing Loft

To help put all of these details together, I’ve got a fun online sewing class that will have you realizing zippers are not sew scary after all! Here is a sneak peek of what you’ll learn in class.

The Monster Zipper Bag is one of my popular classes offered on Annie’s Creative Studio. Be sure to enter to win your seat in a class with me. (*It can be any class on Annie’s Creative Studio, not just this one.) Just be sure to enter above and don’t forget to follow along for your chance to win even more classes.

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You can learn more about it and all of my other online sewing classes here.

Come join me and learn something new with my online sewing classes at Annie's Creative Studio. With hundreds of classes, you are bound to be inspired!

Don’t forget to check in here each day for even more chances to win creative sewing classes!

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Comments

  1. I’d love to watch and make a Poppy Garden table runner! So lovely!

  2. I would like to learn to make those grab and go zipper bags!

  3. Nancy Sumner says

    I want to make the scrappy fabric bowl.

  4. Love your monster bags, so cute

  5. I would love to make Tis the season quilt.

  6. I would like doing the scrappy quilter’s bowl.

  7. I would love to learn the Batik Bag– I have a pile of Batiks just waiting for me to do something.

  8. I would love to make an oversized zip bag so I can use for projects in the works.

  9. I would like to take the class on top stitching like a pro!

  10. I would like to take the reversible buffalo rag quilt class.

  11. I would like to take the making log cabins class

  12. I would like to take the class scrappy quilters bowl.

  13. Kresti A Lyddon says

    your Very Merry Christmas Quilt Along is adorable – I’d love to do that!

  14. Jacqueline Van Horn says

    sunset at the Beach tickles my fancy!

  15. The scrappy bowl

  16. I would like to take the Yo Yo Wreath Door Hanging class.

  17. I would like to take a class on how to make my items look more professional. I see some home sewed items and they look so much better then mine.

  18. Monster Bags are cute for grands

  19. Laurie Lanes says

    I would like all of the sewing machine feet classes, but for a single class your Strip Roll Rug class looks like a great project

  20. Danette Stankovich says

    I did not realize you had so many classes available. I would love the Strip Roll Rug class. Thank you.

  21. Diane Cullum says

    I would like to take the log cabin class. Your monsters are so cute!

  22. A coiled basket

  23. Carolyn Ross says

    Windy Day mug rug 🙂

  24. I like the buffalo rag quilt!

  25. Kathie Wilson says

    I’d love to take a top stitching class. But I haven’t seen the others yet

  26. The cosmetic bag class.

  27. It would be a tuff choice I think the rug class.

  28. I like Windy Day Mug Rug.

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