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Make Your Own Zippers
SKU #: ZBS1
Receive 5-1/2 yards of nylon zipper tape, including 12 zipper pulls along its length. By moving the pulls you determine the length you need. Directions appear on roll. In white, natural, black, navy apple green, pink, sea blue, brown or light purple. State Color.
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Receive 5-1/2 yards of nylon zipper tape, including 12 zipper pulls along its length. By moving the pulls you determine the length you need. Directions appear on roll. In white, natural, black, navy, apple green, pink, sea blue, brown or light purple. State Color.
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Make Your Own Zippers make a zip Great product. I use it to make, little coin purses and can adjust zipper to fit. Wish I could find extra pulls because I have zippers left.
Make Your Own Zippers costumes I was making a Mrs. Pott's costume (she's a tea pot), and needed a zipper long enough to allow her to pull her costume over her tea pot frame. This worked really well, and was so easy to use. I also ordered the stops, because I wasn't sure if I needed them, but they aren't necessary.
Make Your Own Zippers Craft projects I have used the make your own zipper before. I make purses and some small accessories and this comes in handy to make my own size. Love all the color choices too.
Make Your Own Zippers Perfect for project This is the third or fourth time I've ordered the "make your own zippers". They are perfect for projects that need a non standard length zipper. For most of the projects on which I've used this, I cut the zipper to size then put two zipper pulls on when I'm making a project such as the doll case I made for my granddaughter's 18" doll. I wanted the case to open around three sides. With two zipper pulls, I put them so they opened from the middle and closed from the ends. I've used the "make your own zipper" on several other projects that needed to open around three sides of the project. I like being able to find colors that match or are a good contrast to the fabric being used for the project. And the price is good as well.