Cute as a button! This little "puff-ball" handbag is surprisingly roomy. Vary the handles, fabrics and embellishments to create a range of different looks for daytime, evening or for carrying small craft projects.
Super-quick to make (and suitable for basic sewing skills), this beret pattern includes three sizes and three crown depths. That's 9 patterns! You'll be able to whip up stylish berets to suit everyone!
These little purses are the perfect project to use up your fabric off-cuts. They are a great gift idea that will always come in handy. You can make a variety of small purses, with two sizes and two shapes to choose from. Any light to medium-weight non-stretch fabric can be used.
FABULOUS 50’s BIB
This little 1950s-inspired bib is quick to make and is a lovely gift for babies. It’s incredibly practical because it fits like an apron and babies can’t pull it off! Adding a cute contrast pocket (to catch food spills) is an optional extra.
The flat cap is a classic men’s style, which is now a unisex fashion essential. This pattern includes 4 sizes and can be made in a wide range of medium-weight fabrics.
Kids look adorable and stay toasty-warm in these cute little winter berets. The pattern includes three sizes and three crown depths (a total of 9 patterns), so there's a beret for every child!
Use up your fabric scraps to make these cute little lavender handbags. They hang on coat-hangers or sit in drawers to keep clothes smelling sweet. They can also be made as pin-cushions or scaled up (and filled with ric, dried beans or wheat) to make door stops.
Make Up Purse
Make purses for make--up, toiletries or first aid kits from your fabric offcuts. This pattern includes four sizes and instuctions for making the best, neatest zipper ends ever.
This apron is designed for stall-holders at craft markets and fetes. It’s a tried and tested design, which is functional, secure and easy to make.
This is a quick little wristlet purse to whip up (in almost any light to medium weight fabric) to match any party outfit. It hangs from the wrist - allowing you to eat, drink and be merry without having to juggle a hand-held bag with food, drinks and mingling with the crowd. The instructions include a bound zipper insertion method, a strap and a simple draping method to give maximum effect with basic sewing skills.
This cute little purse is easy to sew and only takes a few scraps of fabric. It’s ideal for small gifts, party bags or for carrying jewellery or other goodies in your handbag.
USB Key Fob
This is a quick-fix crafty project that brings a bit of "handmade" to a high-tech world. These make great craft-stall items for fetes and are an excellent gift-idea for men or for women of all tech-savvy ages.
Zip-Away Shopping Bag
This handy, zip-away shopping bag is perfect for keeping in your handbag or in the car for those unexpected purchases. Unzip the pouch to reveal a shopping bag with reinforced straps and a sturdy base. Learn new tips and tricks to insert a zip on a curved, structured base.