PatternPile is a resource for finding practical and fun-to-sew patterns for accessories to wear and use at home. Beginner to intermediate sewing projects for bags, hats, holidays, and household soft goods.
A free video tutorial from Okla Roots Jess from Okla Roots shares a wonderful free video tutorial demonstrating how she incorporates quilt blocks and creates fun and unique bags. In this basics video, Jess goes over how she builds a bag panel from a quilt block, as well as how she cuts out large pattern pieces. Be sure to scroll down this blog post for six free and fun to stitch quilt block patterns that you can use when making bags! Watch now: Tote Bag Patterns: Tulip Tote T
A digital sewing pattern to create fun to sew and carry drawstring animal backpacks for kids. A beginner level sewing pattern from Ruby Red Robin Designs includes a fully lined interior and four animal options as well as the option to sew the bag without the animal features. The instructions include full-color photos, clear directions, and a professionally, computer drafted pattern. ⇒ Get the WIld Things Backpack ePattern ⇐ Advertisement More fun projects like this featured
A PDF Sewing Pattern by Jodie Carleton of RicRac Sews This whimsical Animal House tote bag will offer years of enjoyment for children old enough to keep buttons etc out of their mouths. (Use something else.) Three little critters (patterns are included for those too!) live inside to take along on adventures where little people might need some quiet play. There is also a large bag section for a few books and a snack. Pattern is ready to print out full-size. I love this childr
A wonderful free sewing tutorial and pdf pattern to print-at-home from Thread Riding Hood showing us how to make these gorgeous zippered pouches! The curved lines on the front of this beautiful pouch form a unique area that frames your favorite “fussy-cut” fabric. Go to Cat’s Eye Zippered Pouch – Tutorial + Pattern Advertisement What is Fussy Cutting? + How to Fussy Cut Quilting Fabrics – by Jen Kingwell from Fat Quarter Shop: Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections!
Stitch this easy Witchy Cat Halloween Treat Sack and your kids can trick-or-treat in style as they march all over the neighborhood with this patchwork tote by their side. Use the Witchy Cat Treat Sack every year! This Halloween bag pattern is a free download courtesy of Accuquilt GO! Riley Blake Halloween fabrics were used to create the treat bag in the photo. Finished bag size is 12″ x 15″ x 2″. This is a good PDF if you want to learn how to make a very simple patchwork bag
A free purse pattern to download featuring a gusseted kitty face bag with ears and appliqued facial features that you can customize. The lining includes several zippered inside pockets as well as a hidden zippered pocket. The main compartment of this purse closes with a magnetic snap. A buckled strap lets you adjust the length as you please. This is an advanced sewing pattern. This pattern is very well presented, professionally drafted, and easy to follow. Go to Cat Face Sh
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by Sheryl Hastings of ShersPatternShop PDF pattern to make these cute little black cat and candy corn Halloween trick-or-treat bags. They would be perfect for your little ghost, goblin, or princess. Once Halloween is over, they can use them as little tote bags to take to wherever they want. These bags are fully lined and measure 11 inches square and are three inches deep. They have a nice and sturdy handle so they will hold lots of candy. If your trick or treaters want more
Get the Pattern & Tutorial A tutorial on how to make a strip of bias without having to cut multiple strips of the same width and sew them together. by ErinComptonDesign Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioKat Designs ✁ DIYFluffies - Stuffed Animal Sewing & Crochet Patterns - Buy 5 patterns and get 20% off with code: PATTERNS5 🐯 Share it: Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Click to share on
Meow! The adorable Fat Cat quilt block is easy to paper piece, and perfect for mug rugs, wall hangings, pillows, quilts, and more. Clear instructions and marked paper piecing patterns will have you creating your own Fat Cat Quilt block. This block is 8 inches square (20.3 cm), but is easily re-sizable thanks to the resizing chart included. The PDF pattern comes with both tail-on-right and tail-on-left versions. Add facial expressions with applique, or hand, or machine embroid
Free Cat Bag Pattern This is a strictly fun project for all the cat people you know. The paw/leg pouch is great as an eyeglass case or cell phone holder while the kitty face zippered coin bag can also hold a few cosmetics. Advertisement Get the Pattern ♥ More from this designer… Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioKat Designs ✁ DIYFluffies - Stuffed Animal Sewing & Crochet Patterns - Buy 5 patterns and get