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!
This is one for girls who want to wear pretty dresses. It's practical, comfortable and twirly, yet it's also suitable for formal occasions. The sleeve, bodice, skirt and belt (at the back) each have two interchangeable variations, so you'll be able to make a dress for every special occasion and even more just for fun!
For print at home, you'll need both tiled and facing pdfs. The printshop pdf has all pattern pieces included.
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.
Draped T Dress
This simple design is easyto make and SO comfortable to wear, in drapey knit fabrics.Fitting a wide range of sizes(Australian 8-18) and body-types, the dress hides a multitude of sins and looks as elegant over tights and boots in winter as it does cool in summer. This pattern is a great confidence-booster for anyone new to sewing knits.
Printshop large format 150cm x 92cm (60"x36"), 2 x A0 size or print at home (tiled) on A4/Letter paper.
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.
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