80+ FREE Clear Vinyl Sewing Patterns

clear vinyl sewing patterns

Clear Vinyl Sewing Patterns Roundup

Clear vinyl is a really terrific material to work with.  You can make all sorts of useful bags, pouches, and carrying cases all with the benefit of being able to see what's inside without opening it.

Kids really love pencil cases made using clear vinyl which makes it very easy to keep track of all those different pens, pencils, and erasures.

One overall tip to consider when sewing with clear vinyl is that the presser foot will sometimes stick to the vinyl.  You can manage this by putting a layer of tissue paper between the foot and the vinyl or even better use a couple of small patches of scotch tape on the bottoms of the presser foot feet.  This will make the foot slide nicely over the material.

clear vinyl sewing patterns

Here's one of our projects using Clear Vinyl

If you need a little more help in making your first wallet project, you may want to opt for a paid pattern that comes with comprehensive instructions including a full video tutorial.

The Ultimate Wallet is one of our most popular ever sewing patterns.

There's a video introduction as well as a full 30-minute tutorial that is linked in the pattern.

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You can find the full post here with all the details on how to make clear vinyl zipper bags:

How to make clear vinyl zipper bags

Clear Vinyl Sewing Patterns Roundup

Here's a huge list of some of the best free clear vinyl sewing patterns I could find on the internet. I'm sure you'll love them.

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3 Responses to 80+ FREE Clear Vinyl Sewing Patterns

  1. madeline newton says:

    wow lots of great ideas …can’t wait to start something …looks like so much fun …made the little pouches for the grandchildren for Christmas..was so fun….thank you for all of the great ideas…

  2. Joelle says:

    Just to share: I’ve had success using pet screening ( a heavy duty bendable plastic screening from the hardware store) which still gives you a see-through, but more flexible and “breathable” surface. Try it!

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