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Glitta Pouch - sewing pattern

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£9.00 GBP
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£9.00 GBP

Glitta Pouch. A digital Sewing Pattern by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses.

The pattern comes in three sizes and includes loads of pictures to help you create your own Glitta. It will show you in detail how to tackle sewing with sticky vinyl and how to insert zippers. Don't be scared of either zippers or sewing with vinyl, I will slowly talk you through it. It is super easy!

With the purchase of this pattern you will receive a digital copy of my pattern via Email. There is no need to print it unless you wish to do so, as there are no templates needed. So you can start straight away. 

And as with all my patterns, it includes a license to sell. So feel free to make as many bags as you wish to gift or sell. But please remember, this pattern is for one person only. Do not copy, redistribute or sell. If you wish to teach a class, please get in touch with me.  

  • Materials used: quilting cotton, vinyl, zipper, glitter and binding clips! TIP: I am using very soft and pliable 12 gauge vinyl, which is just perfect for this pouch.
  • Finished Size: 3.5’’ x 3’’ (coin purse), 8.5’’ x 4.5 ‘’ (pencil case) and 8.5’’ x 6’’ (project pouch)

Please find more about the Glitta Pouch in my latest blog post or the Christmas version over here. There I talk you through all the materials needed, share my best tips + tricks with you and you'll find lots of inspiration!

If you have any questions regarding saving/ printing your PDF pattern, which pattern to choose or wonder about the buying process,… please have a look over at my FAQs for more information.

And of course please feel free to get in touch if you need anything. I am here to help.

Laura x



And if you're wondering what materials you'll need - please have a look at the RESOURCES page for all the materials you'll need to get you started. A list - I wish I had ten years ago...

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