YKK #4.5 11" Antique Brass Pant/Dress Zipper - Beige (572)

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$1.10 - $2.74

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Antique Brass Pant, Skirt and Dress Zippers Available in 4 Zipper Tooth Sizes

#2 Antique Brass Zipper

#2 Antique Brass Pant/Skirt/Dress Zippers

Our lightest Pant/Skirt/Dress Zippers, #2 Antique Brass Zippers are lightweight non-separating (closed-end) zippers great for pants, skirts, and dresses, and especially suited for light fabrics.

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#3 Antique Brass Zipper

#3 Antique Brass Pant/Dress Zippers

#3 Zippers are slightly heavier lightweight zippers. Non-Separating (closed-end) Zippers, excellent for use on dresses.

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#4.5 Antique Brass Jean Zipper

#4.5 Antique Brass Pant Zippers

#4.5 Zippers are slightly lighter medium-weight zippers. Non-separating (closed-end) zippers, the ideal weight and style for use on pants, trousers, or slacks.

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#5 Antique Brass Jean Zipper

#5 Antique Brass Jean Zippers

#5 Brass Pant/Skirt/Dress Zippers are medium-weight zippers. These non-separating zippers are the ideal jean zipper, also applicable for other pants with heavier fabrics.

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#5 Antique Brass Jean Zipper

Antique Brass Zippers for Jeans, Skirts, Dresses and More

A classic and durable closure for jeans, trousers, skirts, and dresses of all styles, Antique Brass Pant, Skirt, and Dress Zippers are the ideal choice for your next sewing project. These non-separating (closed-end) zippers feature an automatic-lock slider and a weathered antique finish on both the teeth and zipper pull. Choose from several teeth sizes and lengths.

Sewing Metal Zippers

Sewing with Metal Zippers

Working with metal zippers can be intimidating if you’ve never used them before. However, there are a few easy tips that will make working with metal zippers much more approachable. When installing a metal zipper, it’s important to be very cautious with your sewing machine needle—be sure to use a zipper foot and don’t be afraid to hand crank your machine to ensure that you don’t run into the metal teeth. If you find that metal zipper starts sticking, use a zipper lubricant and run the zipper back and forth multiple times to get it moving smoothly.