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.
This PDF sewing pattern and tutorial shows us how to sew a sweet, functional, curved zippered pouch perfect to store and carry your little things such as cosmetics, cash, keys, cards, etc. This PDF sewing pattern by Blush Bunny features two methods for sewing this pouch; a fully lined pouch, or an easier unlined version. An eye-catching feature is the addition of a bow. Blush Bunny’s round zipper pouch is nicely detailed with self-made binding and a round top-zippered edge
Linda Lum Debono shows you how to construct a handy sewing organizer to hold small notions and supplies! The free instructions download is here. A finished sewing organizer measures 6-3⁄4 × 10″ closed, and 13-1⁄2 × 10″ open. Watch Linda in the video below to learn how to sew your own organizer. Suggested Sewing Supplies: 18 × 22″ fabric (fat quarter) for the exterior 8 × 10″ fabric (large pocket) 18 × 22″ fabric (fat quarter) for the lining and binding 7 × 9-1⁄2″ fabric (smal
HARDWARE: Metal and plastic fittings for handbag design: zippers, locks, connectors, buckles, chains, bag frames, purse handles, snap hooks and various decorative ornaments. Most often you’ll find them in the button department of your favourite sewing supply dealer, leather-craft supply sources, and luggage repair centers. To add continuity and harmony to your overall design, select the hardware in the same colour and metal finish. Bag Handles – Leather, vinyl, wooden, and pl
“Stiff Stuff” by Sew Lazy – A good substitute for Soft & Stable. from Kathy Southern of StudioKat Designs. More info here. Advertisement 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 Twitter (Opens in new window) C