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I'm another one who has avoided zippers, but your tutorial makes it seem so easy! Will be using this tutorial over the weekend to make a purse, thanks for sharing!

Oh and well done on getting your book published, looks wonderful!

Thanks for the tutorial Natalie. I've always been afraid of zips but I think I may be able to conquer them, thanks to this wonderful tutorial! Thank you!

I just found your blog and I LOVE IT! I am new to sewing and am deathly afraid of zippers. Maybe now after your tutorial I will try it out! =) I actually have that Amy Butler polka dot fabric too!! Where did you get that yellow/grey damask?? Is that Amy Butler too? I love it!!

Wee! I just finished my first zipper using your tutorial- thank you! It worked! :)

Thank you so much! I had never heard of that tool either! I can't wait to find one! I can't wait to try this! I appreciate your generosity sharing so many tips with us on your blog! Have a great day! Love, Bari

oH MY GOSH IT LOOKS LOVELY..NOW, I will collect my things & I have to go get a zipper, & I will report back. but you do a smaching job of giving confidence.
thanks soooo much

Great tutorial - thanks Natalie!

Part 2, yay. Thank you so much. Too cute.

Thanks for the tutorial Natalie. I've always been afraid of zips but I think I may be able to conquer them, thanks to this wonderful tutorial! Thank you!

That was a great tutorial Natalie. Thankyou so much for making zippers not so hard!

Wonderful tutorial Natalie! So many people are afraid of putting in zippers, but this should put them at ease. What a cute little pouch you have made too!

MGM

Done! Thank you so much Natalie that was a wonderful little project and the instructions and photos were very clear and consise. Its just a shame my camera is away getting repaired so unfortunately I cant share a photo of the finished project with you just yet. You are a very talented lady and your patterns are very popular here in New Zealand. Keep up the good work!
Have a wonderful and inspiring day!

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