Patterns & Kits

Hexie Days Quilt Pattern PDF, Hexagon Quilt Pattern, Hexie Quilt Pattern, Indigo Quilt Pattern, Scrap Quilt PDF, Sashiko Quilt, Gift for mom

$8.00

This listing is for the PDF pattern to create your own personalized Hexie Days Indigo Sashiko Scrap quilt.

This stash busting quilt pattern was made because I love the combination of the hexie shape and the handwork of sashiko embellishments, but in a machine pieced design. Using a ruler template, half-hexies are cut then combined to form complete hexies using your sewing machine - no Y seams!
Sashiko techniques are used to embellish a varied number of complete hexies to add a unique touch.

If you wish to purchase a printed pattern that includes the printed template for this pattern, be sure to select the option for this pattern to be mailed to you instead that will incur shipping charges.

Supplies Needed:
Assorted scraps, enough to make 110+ hexies each composed of two paired rectangles sized 
at least 3 1/2” x 7” each
Darlene Zimmerman Hexagon Ruler 5.5” by 
ez quilting
Rotary cutter (small 28mm rotary cutter is easier than a 45mm)
Blue painters tape
Clover white disappearing ink pen or alternative 
Wonder-clips or pins, scissors, pencil, chalk, thread, sewing machine, ruler, 
rotary cutter and mat. steam iron.


This pattern is for personal use only. Please contact me if you are interested in selling a completed quilt that you have made, or wish to teach using this pattern.

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One Armed Bag-It Tote

$8.00

The One Armed Bag-It Tote is an original pattern, that allows for easy access to your bag contents while shopping at the market for veggies. What appealed to me was to create a bag with simplicity and sturdiness to its modern shape. Heavier weight fabrics work best for this bag, but you can use light weight fabric with heavier interfacing if you prefer.

This pattern is for two sizes of bags:  Finished bag A: 14”x11”x 3"   B: 17”x12”x4”

 

You will need to supply:

One piece of freezer paper: 15" x 18” for smaller bag A, or 18” x 21” for larger bag B

Fabric needed:  2/3 yard each  if using 44" wide cotton for bag main  (I prefer heavy weight cotton) and lining (can use light or regular weight). 

1.25 yard Fusible interfacing (if 22" wide) medium weight, or choose a heavier type, if you like a more substantial bag. Use an additional yard if you want an even stiffer bag, lining both main and lining fabrics.

Thread, pins or wonder-clips, scissors, chalk marking pencil; Sewing machine, steam iron, Template - see page 3; Use 1/2" seams unless noted otherwise.

DIY Zip Wally PDF, Travel Wallet Pattern, Zip Bag Pattern, Travel Accessories, Travel Bag PDF, Zipper Pouch, Zipper Wallet, Cell Phone Case

$8.00

The ZipWally is a PDF downloadable pattern for you to make your own zippered wallet complete with a vinyl outer pocket. Zip Wally is perfect to contain your cell phone and other such necessities in a loose tote bag. Chose fun themed fabrics and a contrast zipper to personalize for yourself or for gifting!

Supplies you will need:

One Fat quarter each of two complimentary cotton fabrics A and B, and a medium weight interfacing. This will be enough for at least two finished zip wallies.

Each Zip Wally will require one vinyl rectangle 7”x4.5”

9"+ zipper, thread, needle, Wonder-clips, scissors, sewing machine, zipper foot, ruler, rotary cutter and mat. Optional: 7” leather cord & button for zipper pull; 7”x2” strip for contrast binding, if desired.



Finished pouch 6.5”x4”

This pattern is for personal use only. Please contact me if you are interested in selling a few bags that you have made, or wish to teach using this pattern.

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The Grad Bag PDF

$8.00

Introducing the Grad Bag: a padded organizer with outer divided pocket to contain all your personal items, a notebook, documents, e-tablet /cords, that fits in your backpack. Chose fun themed fabrics and a contrast zipper to personalize for gifting! Great for students and travelers on the go!

Supplies needed to complete this project include 1/3 yard each of at least two cotton fabrics A & B, and fusible fleece interfacing C : use a wider variety of fabrics for a scrappier look, if desired.

Contrast pocket trim requires strip 1.5”x14”; 

14” or larger polyester zipper, thread, needle, chalk marker, wonder-clips, scissors, sewing machine, zipper foot, ruler, rotary cutter and mat.

Optional: 6” leather cord & button for zipper pull

Finished pouch is 13” x 10.5”

Note: this pattern may not be copied without permission, but you may make a few of these to give or sell, but not mass produced!

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Modern Casserole or Pie Tote

Free!

Carry your pie or dish to your next potluck in style! I created this pattern when I saw a similar casserole or pie tote brought in by a co-worker heading out to a potluck.  Heavier weight fabrics work best for this bag, plus you can option to add a layer of Insulbright for insulation. Fabric needed: one half yard of each for main and inner lining. (I prefer heavy weight cotton) 31"x16" of heavier weight Fusible interfacing. Optional: 16"x16" of Insulbright interfacing. Another option is to make this using Oilcloth for both outer and inner layers, as well as Kraft-Tex for carrying handles.

Free!

Pull out your scraps and bust out a gift that will be appreciated by young and old alike! No more burnt fingers! Supplies: 1/3 yard each of two cotton fabrics and cotton batting. This will allow for four cozys made of two fabric patterns, each.

Thread, embroidery floss, needle, wonder-clips, scissors, sewing machine, steam iron, ruler, rotary cutter and mat, chalk marker.

RSO=right sides out; RST=right sides together; RSD=right side down; RSU=right side up

Finished box: 8"x8"x3" square cozy bowl

Note: this pattern may not be copied without permission, but you may make a few of these to give or sell, as long as they are not mass produced!

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