Stand Firm Zip Pouch

The Stand Firm Zip Pouch pattern was developed in 2019 as a personalized gift for our church’s confirmation students. I’ve now used it to give countless gifts for a wide variety of occasions! I’m excited to be able to share it with you!

A customizable zip pouch for every special occasion.

Plus, it’s simple to sew!

Included in this Pattern

This pattern will walk you through choosing your lining fabric (or designing your own!), exterior fabric design options, and step-by-step photos and instructions for assembling your own Stand Firm Zip Pouch. Simple enough for a beginning sewer, but still fun enough for an experienced one!

You can purchase the pattern in the Reclaimed for Good Etsy store or snag it for FREE when you sign up below for our quarterly newsletter!

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Required Materials

One 10″ or longer nylon zipper
One 4″ x 5″ square of lightweight fabric
One 8″ x 8″ or larger square of exterior fabric (denim or similar weight recommended)
One 8″ x 8″ square lining fabric (design your own, purchase one here, or use what you already have on hand!)

**A limited number of kits are currently available in the Reclaimed for Good Etsy store! Click here to grab yours!

Additional supplies needed include a zipper foot for your sewing machine, a cutting mat or ruler, scissors or rotary cutter, and pins or wonder clips.


Video Instructions & Helpful Links

A free “how to design your own lining” tutorial is available here.

Video instructions are available below or here.


Together we can find more ways to reclaim fabric
and breathe meaning, joy, and life into our sewing.


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