Hello and happy Thursday! Back in March of 2016 I visited Fat Quarter Shop headquarters for the first time where I filmed some fun video tutorials. One of my favorite projects was a zipper bag project I’ve since made many times. Today, Fat Quarter Shop is sharing my fun video and some brand new versions of my bag. They’ve named it the Fat Quarter Shop Simple Zipper Bag Remix, and I’m happy to be able to share some of the new versions with you.
I love that the new graphic they’ve made shows my bag in our The Front Porch fabrics–it’s really cute! This has reminded me that I should make some in our newest collection, Walkabout, as well! My original post on these bags contains the video tutorial I filmed with Kimberly–it was one of the first videos I filmed on my visit, so I was a little nervous. Find the original post and watch the video tutorial here.
New Versions of the Simple Zipper Bag
I sure love this version of my Simple Zipper Bag in the new Harmony collection by Sweetwater. It’s just absolutely beautiful with such pretty blues, greys, and yellow.
These fun versions in bright colors are gorgeous–the hexies are absolutely beautiful!
I also love this smaller version of the bag. You can make 1 large and 1 medium (or small) from just one mini charm pack and some additional fabric. I made a zipper pull tab for my bags, but a lot of these new ones are sporting cute zipper pulls like this cute Scotty Dog pull. (See my tutorial for the simple zipper pull here).
This sweet version made with fabrics from the Victoria collection by 3 Sisters for Moda Fabrics is also just beautiful.
This is a fast and fun project to make for holiday gift-giving just around the corner. I love how easy it is to make a set of bags from just one mini charm pack. Fat Quarter Shop is sharing more fun versions of this bag over on their blog today. Find their Fat Quarter Shop Simple Zipper Bag Remix post here.
Thank you, Fat Quarter Shop, for hosting the Simple Zipper Bag Remix. It sure is fun to see this design of mine made up in so many new collections. And thank you so much for stopping by–happy quilting!