Adorable Double Sided Pouch WITH IMAGE
****This tutorial focuses more on how to create double sided sewing projects rather than sewing.
***The cat image featured on this tutorial was created by me, originally with prismacolors colored pencils, gouache, and ink.
I have uploaded this image as a direct link for you to download and use for this project. It is not intended to be used or distributed in any other way please.
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The first step, is printing your image onto fabric.
Since we want to keep the entire form of this kitty, we will have to tweak both images before printing.
One side will be the original image. For the other side, you will have to "mirror" the image. You need to do this so both pieces will fit together perfectly when you sew them together.
In this example photo. My top cat is the original image and the bottom cat is the mirrored image.
You can choose the size you desire for this kitty!
Now, print your images onto the fabric transfer inkjet paper. (I used Avery transfer paper for light fabrics, you can find it at Walmart and it is CHEAP.)
My sewing machine hasn't been working so I actually hand sewed this project, and I am not very good at hand sewing.
The rest is simple really. First, sewed the zipper on to eliminate part of the complicated process. Watch your sewing in this step, we want to keep this kitty's entire form to resemble a sort of "die cut" feeling.