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Set of 30" Zippers - Brights
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    By popular demand we have created color sets of our 30" handbag zippers. 

    Perfect for use with brightly-colored fabrics, this set includes 12 zippers in colors that work well together. They will add BRIGHTNESS to any of your projects!

    The colors included are:

    • ZIP30-190  Buttercup
    • ZIP30-195  Dandelion
    • ZIP30-200  Apple Green
    • ZIP30-212  Turquoise
    • ZIP30-214  Parrot Blue
    • ZIP30-215  Blastoff Blue
    • ZIP30-245  Tahiti
    • ZIP30-250  Lipstick
    • ZIP30-252  Raspberry
    • ZIP30-255  Crazy Plum
    • ZIP30-260  Atom Red
    • ZIP30-287  Pumpkin

    These hard-to-find #4.5 nylon-coil handbag zippers are perfect for all your bags, totes, and carriers. And, with 48 colors in stock, you can pick just the right color for your project!

    Here's why we prefer them:

    • Dress and skirt zippers carried by most local stores are too small. The #4.5 size is just the right size for purses, bags, and totes.
    • The wide zipper tape makes insertion easy.
    • Unlike zippers with chunky, molded polyester teeth, these handbag zippers are soft and flexible, making them easy to sew through. (No more broken needles!)
    • The nylon coil is strong and durable zip after zip.
    • The extra-long pull makes your bag or purse easy to open.
    • It's very easy to insert a fabric zipper pull in the large opening of the one-piece zipper pull.

    Most of Annie's purse, tote, and laptop carrier patterns call for zippers ranging from 5" to 24" in length. For easier inventory control, we have chosen to stock a few basic sizes ranging from 24" to 4 yards. It is actually easier to use zippers longer than needed as you can avoid the stops at each end.

    All of Annie's patterns include complete instructions for installing zippers quickly and easily. We promise that these are the easiest zippers you will ever put into a project!

    Zippers Are Easy! Tutorials