two ways to sew a zipper

Two ways to sew a zipper

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Level: Easy

Type: For Beginners

Format: Video Tutorial

There are many reasons you might want to learn how to sew a zipper.

I know that a lot of sewers out there are not really comfortable with the thought to sew a zipper.

But it is changeable! We will help you with that.

But first things first, let’s talk about the zippers in general…

Zippers are a big part of the fashion industry. They are used often and are practically irreplaceable part of our clothes.

Unfortunately, they are often damaged and need to be replaced. Luckily our followers know how to fix that problem…

And even if that is not a case, it is still very useful to know how to sew a zipper on your own. It just might happen (Of course it is happening with Randoff’s readers) that you love to create clothes out of nothing or reinvent your own designs, who knows…

As always, steps required are as simple as 1,2,3…

The only necessary steps of this process go something like:

  1. Turn the sewing machine on;
  2. Turn on the video you found on our blog;
  3. Start making a zipper…

We took care of making these steps ever less complicated.

And we are presenting our finding of a video about not one, but two methods!

Today we are talking about:

Sew a zipper

Let’s not wait any longer and get straight to the matter of subject.

As we regularly do, we found a video and created a little photo collage for you to have everything you need to learn how to sew a zipper.

Here is the video we promised published by an amazing sewing ideas creator MADE Everyday!

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