Zipper Pouch- 10″ Slicer Video Tutorial

10 inch slicer zipper pouch video tutorial by the crafty gemini

In this brand new video tutorial I walk you through all the steps in creating this cute and funky zipper pouch using my 10″ Slicer quilting ruler & template! My friend and quilt club member, Nancy L. gave me the idea and I just knew I had to film a video tutorial for you! You can never have too many zipper pouches! This particular shape lends itself nicely to storing your sewing scissors and rotary cutters. It would also make a great gift for the kids in your life! They can use it to store their pencils, pens and other school supplies.

The list of supplies I used in this tutorial can be found below. Simply click on the product and you will be directed to the product pages.

• 10″ Slicer ruler

• In-R-Form Plus

14″ nylon zippers

• DIY Mini ironing board (FREE tutorial)

10 inch slicer zipper pouch video tutorial by crafty gemini

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I used some left over 10″ x 10″ squares of fabric to create my zipper pouch but you can cut the pieces from yardage also. It’s totally up to you! Now I’ll leave you with the step-by-step video tutorial on how to make a 10″ Slicer zipper pouch. Feel free to share this post/video with your crafty friends and on your social media platforms!

 

 

15 Responses to Zipper Pouch- 10″ Slicer Video Tutorial

  1. Lisa Pridgen April 18, 2016 at 11:55 pm #

    Just wanted to drop a note to say I love all of your videos and posts of your family, between you and Jenny Doan @ MSQC, I watch too much you tube quilt videos, I actually have a tablet for only quilting related websites and you tube. I will order the 5″ & 10″ slicers. I also ordered 50 zippers on ebay for $10 and have gotten really good at making zipper pouches. I have been quilting for over 30 years and before your videos, I would have never touched a zipper. Thanks again for all your hard work.
    Lisa Pridgen
    lisapridgen@comcast.net

    PS. I sell real estate and for a closing gift for my clients, I make a coiled fabric clothes line basket, my clients love them. I add 4 coasters, a few mugs and tea or coffee. They are so touched I took the time to make them something, it has brought a few to tears. I also had the opportunity to teach a few classes making the baskets, I was hired by the American Sewing Guild, which I am a member. You were my inspiration for teaching and everyone left with several baskets.

    • Dena April 19, 2016 at 9:13 am #

      Lisa do you have a picture on your baskets? I would love to see them. 😊

    • Sallie Flesher April 21, 2016 at 8:40 am #

      To Lisa Pridgen – Me too! I spend way too much time watching those same two gals on YouTube videos. I have learned so much from both of them. I also avoid zippers but I’m about to watch this one, to see if I think I can tackle it. Thank you Vanessa and also Jenny Doan for all the wonderful videos you both do. They are so easy to understand. Love trying new projects!

    • shabi June 1, 2016 at 6:09 am #

      Hi Vanessa , first of all I would like to thank u for up dating videos as I have almost tried out everything and it has come out well.
      Well recently I tried out the 10″slicer zipper pouch without the ruler as it is not available in my country.I would like to forward u the pics if you could pls let me know as how and where to upload what I have done.
      I really enjoy making them.
      I also have a question for you if I subscribe or sign up do I have to pay,because I live in shri Lanka .

  2. Angela Hill April 19, 2016 at 8:24 am #

    What is the name of the fabric you used.

  3. Brenda Ackerman April 20, 2016 at 11:07 am #

    Hello! I just wanted to let you know that I followed a link from an email I get from Bloglovin and found your site. I remember watching several of your videos and really enjoying them; therefore, I knew I had to sign up and make sure to follow your wonderful video tutorials. Plus, I had never thought to see if you had a blog, sometimes my brain just does not work, so I will get two wonderful treasures! Thank you for everything that you share! I really look forward to exploring and discovering your video tutorials in all of your categories and also so many of your blog posts also! Have a fantastic creative day!

  4. Brenda Ackerman April 20, 2016 at 12:00 pm #

    I just found your site from a link on Bloglovin. I have watched several of your Youtube videos and enjoyed every one of them. I am thrilled to have found have your blog and signed up for your emails; I can explore and see what all wonderful tutorials and lessons I have missed! Thank you for sharing every magnificent idea you have. I enjoyed your post and may give it a try later on today after a few errands. Have a fantastic creative day!

  5. Kathleen April 20, 2016 at 3:56 pm #

    Love love this can’t wait to try takes me a minute but I get it! Thank you again

  6. Kathleen Wilson-Ellis April 20, 2016 at 3:58 pm #

    Thanks thanks thanks!

  7. Lisa April 21, 2016 at 6:36 am #

    So HAPPY that you are back with your very detailed tutorials!!! CGC Tutorials were very fast and not as detailed. Your attention to teaching every step sets your videos very far apart from ALL other tutorials. I never have questions when you’re the teacher. I look forward to learning more new sewing projects from you.

    Thank you!!!!

  8. Tracey April 21, 2016 at 4:59 pm #

    I haven’t bought a 10inch slice yet, so I don’t have one to use as a measure. Therefore I need to use an ordinary ruler, what are the measurements I would need. Thanks for your time.

  9. Susan cychowski May 3, 2016 at 5:51 am #

    Looking forward to seeing your next video on utube

  10. Kathi May 7, 2016 at 11:37 am #

    I made a quilt using your 10 inch slicer template. I would love to share with it with you but don’t know how or where. Can you help?

  11. Rhonda Miller May 12, 2016 at 4:28 pm #

    Vanessa can you please tell me what size tips you bought for your glue tips from that company?
    Thank you as I don’t want to buy the wrong ones.
    Hugs

  12. Pernille July 24, 2016 at 10:47 am #

    good tutorial. You can make 2 pouches in 2 sizes as you can make one with the first cut. Then do no turn the slicer to cut one more – just keep the material as it is. You will then get on pouch a bit bigger than the first one, But NO waste material.
    🙂

    Just an idea to avoid waste. great tutorial.
    I got the slicer from my american friend (both the 5″ and the 10″) I was just a fool and didnot read the wrapping around the slicers before I threw it out, as I was too keen on starting to use it and have fun.

    BR
    Pernille
    Denmark

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