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Chunky zippers by YKK. I sold a few of these in my Etsy shop but kept a few to use in Noodlehead trail totes. I love the color combinations.

Chunky zippers by YKK. I sold a few of these in my Etsy shop but kept a few to use in Noodlehead trail totes. I love the color combinations.

Make your homemade zipper bags look like pro using this easy zipper tip! Learn how to shorten a zipper and then sew fabric tabs to each end of the zipper to give it some more color and style. And you won't believe how easy it is!

How To Shorten Zippers and Make Zipper Tabs

Sewing tips and hacks are in place to make those who sew as a living/career or as a pastime easier.

Zippered pouch tutorial - a great beginner sewing project, especially if you are new to sewing zippers. {easy and quick to make}. Check it out - and just think of all the color combinations you can choose!

Zipper Pouch Tutorial - With A Free Template

new free PDF pattern. Zippered pouch tutorial - a great beginner sewing project, especially if you are new to sewing zippers. {easy and quick to make}. Check it out - and just think of all the color combinations you can choose!

Pink Chalk Fabrics is your online source for modern quilting cottons and sewing patterns., Cloth, Pattern + Tool for Modern Sewists

Pink Chalk Fabrics: online source for modern quilting cottons and sewing patterns., Cloth, Pattern + Tool for Modern Sewists

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Mama Vertebrae pattern by Kelly Brooker

Mama Vertebrae pattern by Kelly van Niekerk

Mixing Color FUN!  Rainbow Stew   1/3 c. sugar  1 c. cornstarch  4 c. cold water   Cook until thick. put in bowls, add food coloring. Put in Ziploc baggies. Let the kids play with it while it is in the bags for a neat sensory experience or use it to mix colors.  *Throw away at the end of the day, Don't save it will mold*

Rainbow Stew

Rainbow Stew c. sugar 1 c. cornstarch 4 c. cold water Cook until thick. put in bowls, add food coloring. Put in Ziploc baggies. Let the kids play with it while it is in the bags for a neat sensory experience or use it to mix colors.

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