The Candy Shop Pixie Pack: This Pixie Pack includes a 6 piece set 6 inch separating zippers with aluminum teeth and pull. This brightly colored collection includes:
Zippers are compatible with the following patterns (sold separately):
*Not intended for children under the age of 3 years (small parts choking hazard).
YKK Zippers are CPSIA compliant regarding lead and phthalates content.
YKK is a registered trademark of YKK Corporation
More About Pixie Packs: Cinnamon Miles, Karin Pascho, and Melinda Schlimmer are obsessive about fabric! As the Design Team for Liberty Jane Clothing they are constantly seeking new and interesting fabric choices. Their search frequently takes them to special locations like Mood in New York, the famed fabric store that is frequently featured in Project Runway, and Britex in San Francisco - the iconic West Coast fabric destination. The result of their endless searching means that they find things that you will rarely see in your local JoAnn's or other local retailers. Now they are bringing their love for fabric to you through Pixie Packs! Each Pixie Pack is carefully curated and assembled by the Liberty Jane Team with the goal of providing you with a fantastic fabric collection for your new doll clothes project.
Shipping Details: This item will ship USPS First Class Mail at a rate of $4, unless combined with another Pixie Pack in which case it will ship priority at $5-9 (depending on location and total weight). Items will be shipped within 3-4 business days of recieving cleared payment. International shipping is available for $10 - $15, combined orders may be higher.
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The Silver Neutrals Pixie Pack: This Pixie Pack includes a 6 piece set 5 inch separating zippers with...
Thank you , they worked great and added the detail I was looking for when sewing 18" doll clothes for my granddaughters!
Great to have these They are hard to find at stores in Canada
Great product! Everything went together quite well. The zipper was a perfect fit. By cutting the jacket out carefully, there is enough fabric left for a vest. Must share my story. My 11 year old granddaughter took and aviation history course. Since she scored 100% on her test she got to take a ride in her instructor's plane and hold the controls, momentarily I'm sure. She subsequently started putting model planes together. I found a high quality cotton print of airplane blueprints in the quilting section of a crafts and fabric store. I'm making her a bomber jacket style "shirt". I used an area of small scale planes for the lining of the doll jacket. I am using the doll jacket instructions to construct the child's jacket, as I don't have a pattern. Hope she is pleasantly surprised.
I haven't used then yet but the size is right and I live the colors. They arrived quickly. I look forward to using them.