Sew Spoiled Cosmetic Case Tutorial ~ Free PDF

on April 10 | in Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 21 Comments

Leah Williams from Sew Spoiled continues our month of Digital Delivery Sewing freebies with today’s Cosmetic Case Tutorial. Learn more about Leah and her patterns in her introduction. The tutorial is a free PDF download; with Leah’s designs you can make three cases with just two fat quarters!

All Sew Spoiled PDF Patterns in the shop are marked down 20%– today only! Check out the fun ladybug designs (isn’t this a cute Ladybug Mini Purse?!) and the Cabrio Tote.

The Sew Spoiled Cosmetic Case ePattern shows you how to make three cosmetic cases with only two fat quarters, 18″ x 22″ interfacing and three 9″ multipurpose zippers!

Cosmetic Cases are the perfect gift for sleepovers, stocking stuffers, teachers, co-workers, bunco friends, bridesmaids and even “the woman that has everything!” These easy cases are quick to make with very little fabric cost to you. Monogram, add trims or make cute fabric flowers to accessorize your cosmetic case.

Download your free Sew Spoiled Cosmetic Case PDF Tutorial today!

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21 Responses to Sew Spoiled Cosmetic Case Tutorial ~ Free PDF

  1. Ally says:

    I have made 7 of these for Easter presents. Very popular. Thanks for the great idea!

  2. Melody says:

    I love making little zippered bags! I’ve got a ton of scraps that can be fabulous treats for friends. Thanks!

  3. Katrina H says:

    I love this pattern, thank you! I also like the idea of using all of the fabric required and not just a recipe for one tote with lots of extras…

  4. Andi says:

    These are sweet! I am anxious to try this out.

  5. Jenny says:

    I cannot print this…I’ve tried many, many times and the web site keeps saying “not responding.” Any ideas to help me?

  6. Jude Dettmann says:

    Great little bags!! Thanks for the instructions!

  7. VickiT says:

    This is a great pattern/tutorial. I really love the colors used to make them too. Great job. Thank you so much. I think these may be part of Christmas present stitching this Fall.

  8. melanie says:

    thanks for this great tut!

  9. Debra says:

    Something I’m in need of! Thank you!

  10. April says:

    Love the fabric choice in the PDF!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial, I may have to make these for Teacher Appreciation Week!

  11. Thanks so much! These are great for so many gift giving situations!

  12. Fran says:

    Thank you for sharing ! Looks great & what a wonderful little gift for friends.
    Your directions are very complete….that for me is really nice….thanks!

  13. Kristin H says:

    What a fantastic tutorial! They’re the perfect weekend project.

  14. Seanna Lea says:

    These are very cute! My new local craft shop has a wonderful selection of fabrics that would be lovely for this.

  15. Alexis says:

    I’ve been looking for a cosmetic bag pattern- this one looks so clear and easy- thank you!

  16. Deanna says:

    Thanks for sharing. Daughter has a birthday coming up and this looks like the perfect party favor.

  17. Franziska says:

    thank you so much, I like patterns for bags etc.

  18. Suzanne says:

    Great pattern! Thanks!

  19. Tania says:

    oh thanks so much- I have to try this!!

  20. these would be quick to whip up as mother’s day gifts! thanks.

  21. bruinbr says:

    very cool pattern/case! can’t wait to try it!

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