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.
iniminiz A super fun beginner foundation paper-piecing pattern to stitch into a fall pumpkin block for a quilt, placemats, table runners, bags, and more from iniminiz! Incorporate this block into storage baskets, wall hangings, pot holders, or whatever you want with this crazy-style pumpkin block. A scrappy autumn sewing project. A linen, peppered cotton, or unbleached cotton background would give this block a rustic touch. Go to the PDF Pattern Advertisement More fun sewi
A Free Sewing Pattern Download This pretty bag design boasts a dresden plate style flap and a single button closure with interior pockets for your phone, lip gloss ⇒ Get the Free Pattern Download at CT ⇐ More at PatternPile: 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 shar
by NorthernGirl If you are someone who just loves all things small and this one is just perfect for those days when I just need a small purse to grab and go. Full of pockets on the inside so that you can have all little things organized. This is a free digital sewing pattern with full instructions by Shannon Hebert of Northern Girl! Sewing Supplies: ¼ yard of fabric for exterior body of purse ¼ yard of fabric for inside lining of purse 1/8 yard of fabric for upper section aro
A PDF Pattern from Cheryl Arkison To go with your Canada Day festivities at the picnic park or to watch the fireworks at night, this Canada Day quilt pattern will make it so very patriotic. A “fiercely proud” Canadian and avid quilter, Cheryl Arkison (who also authored You Inspire Me to Quilt) set out to design and create a maple leaf block. I love what Cheryl came up with, and the 72″ by 48″ quilt that resulted from her brilliant creativity is modern, fresh, and fun! Get th
Robert Kaufman – Ashton Road To sew this three-ring binder pencil case, co-ordinate your fabrics, fusible fleece, two 9″ zippers, oil your sewing machine, and install your zipper foot. (If you don’t have a zipper foot, or don’t want to use one, there is a free sewing tutorial to show you how you can use a regular presser foot when installing a zipper.) The vintage cruiser bicycle print on this pencil case is called “Cruzin” by Barbara Jones of QuiltSoup for Henry Glass & Co.
This is an easy and fun bag to sew with two inside pockets. This handbag design by Jamie Kalvestran was inspired by the Yin-Yang symbol. I really like the hand and machine quilting that was done on this particular bag highlighting the fabric designs. This bag was constructed using fabric designed by Audrey Jeanne Roberts for StudioE Fabrics called Nature-ology. The finished Yin Yang handbag measures approximately 11″ wide x 16″ high x 5″ deep. No additional hardware needed
This sneaky pocket is ideal to add to the exterior of a lined bag to hold something you need quick, easy access to, throughout the day. Perfect to carry keys, travel mugs, sunglasses case, cell phone, etc. Niki from Roonie Ranching used scrap fabric to demonstrate the pocket for this sewing tutorial, but it would not be difficult to see how this pocket design could work with a lined tote bag or handbag. Get the Tutorial Sewing Tips : How to Sew Bias Binding: Bias binding is
A Free PDF Sewing Tutorial from Lisa Cox of A Spoonful of Sugar These very simple to sew, bi-fold loyalty card wallets from Lisa Cox of A Spoonful of Sugar are great scrap fabric projects! You can find the free PDF sewing tutorial here: Get the Tutorial More wallets to sew: 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% o
from Atkinson Designs Zippy Strippy Pouches by the folks at Heirloom Creations A great way to sew up scraps to make a zippered pouch in any size you want. Use these pouches to store your notions, tools, or fabric scraps. I love the embellishment ideas that Atkinson Designs applied to the samples in the photo above. No special sewing machine feet, tools, or techniques required, just your own creativity and basic sewing supplies. Sizes: small 7-1/2″ x 4, medium 9 – 1/2″ x 5 –