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Free Sewing Patterns - Over 2000!

Free Sewing Patterns - Over 2000!
Welcome to the Free Sewing Patterns & Projects section at! Providing easy access to over 4,500 of the best free sewing patterns & projects on the web! And all organized by category so you can easily find the project you’re looking for. How this section came about: I saw that there were tons of amazing free sewing patterns and tutorials out there on the web (especially from quite a few very talented craft and sewing bloggers) but many of these patterns were scattered and couldn't easily be found through doing a quick Google search. So I decided to gather as many of these patterns as I could find and put them "all in one place," so to speak. This makes the patterns and tutorials much easier to find, saving you the time and energy it would take to find them yourselves. And because bloggers and sewers are out there creating and posting new projects all the time, I'm constantly updating the pages in this section, adding new patterns as I find them. Happy sewing!

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Sixteen Point Star Quilt Block Pattern Examine the Sixteen Point Star quilt block and you'll discover several ways to assemble its patchwork. We'll sew the star quilt pattern using a combination of squares combined with half square triangle units (HST) and quick pieced no waste flying geese, making assembly a breeze. Breaking down the components in that way makes it easy to play with fabrics. For example, maybe you would prefer to use more than one fabric for the star tips, or in the square that sits between each group of tips. MAGIC Decal Tutorial with Free Printables! Some of you may remember, a little while back I posted a tutorial for DIY waterslide decals. Among other things, I mentioned how awesome they are for creating custom embellishments without the need for any fancy-pants equipment. Yep, waterslide decal paper is a truly fab product, though as great as it is, there is one drawback – although it’s somewhat tough it’s not especially durable. So, whilst it’s perfect for ornamental purposes, it’s not ideal for more practical applications…until now that is! Magic decal coating paper is a product designed to be used in conjunction with standard decal paper to make the finished transfers super durable – yes, even dishwasher resistant! If you’re already familiar with magic decal coating paper then please excuse my tardy excitement, though for everyone else who is just getting to the party now too, feel free to start throwing the streamers!

Folded Hexagon Yo-Yo **This tutorial is intended for personal use only.** A couple of you have asked for a tutorial on how to fold a fabric hexagon yo-yo. Nested Churn Dash Churn dash fever has hit cyberspace so in celebration of the revival of this classic block I designed the nested churn dash. Start with a 4"x 4" block and progress to a 24" x 24" finished block. The beauty of this block is that you can stop at any layer to make a 4" x 4", 8" x 8", 16" x 16" or 24" x 24" block. Make a combination of all different sizes to make a fun quilt.

Handmade Paper… 1. Select the pieces of paper to be recycled. You can even mix different types to create your own unique paper. 2. Moda's Half Moon Modern Sewing Room: Ironing Board Thread Catcher & Caddy During any given project, I figure I log at least five miles running back and forth between my sewing machine and my ironing board. Crap... need another pin. Dang... where are my scissors? Shoot... forgot to grab the seam gauge again. Sound familiar?

Stringing it Up with Tulip Fields! This is as far as we’ve gotten this morning –but what a fun morning it has been! Tulip Fields is such a fun quilt to make with its tiny 3” finished tulip block quarters – each one is the cause of much squealing and delight as we piece units, swap fabrics, trim to size, slice on the diagonal (Up the center of the center string from corner to corner, not ACROSS the strings as some of my students found out after a couple of Whooops! cuts -- We worked on string block parts all the way up until the lunch break we are now enjoying. Our table for lunch – isn’t this a lovely view? Our blue skies have clouded over a bit, but we are still enjoying the fact that it is – NOT RAINING!

DIY Dorm: Smartphone Projector Nowadays, we can do almost anything on a smart phone: send emails, play games, and even watch movies. Sometimes, however, squinting at the small screen can leave our eyes feeling tired. Rather than watch a movie or show on the tiny screen, why not magnify it via your very own projector? Check out this fun and simple addition to our DIY Dorm series: What You’ll Need: Reversible Headband Tutorial First of all, I want to give most of the credit for this design to come from the website that I got the main dimensions and instructions from, the The Old Red Barn Co. Since making one from that site, I've made a few more adjustments that I thought were necessary for a better fit. The following is from me.

Sewing Room Easel Organizer Scanning through your comments on our recent New Year's Resolutions article, the number one category of goals seems to be "organization." Here's a great project to start with that can help tidy up the area right next to your trusty sewing machine. We've designed a handy organizer to sit on an easel stand where it can hold a few important items as well as act as a clipboard for instructions or patterns you may need to refer to while sewing. The basic design is similar to a large envelope but we've incorporated two different types of interfacing for the best stability without adding too much stiffness or weight.

Treasures from Ireland: FREE Irish Quilt Block of the Month Pattern Skill LevelCONFIDENT BEGINNER Finished Block Size12˝ x 12˝ Free Quilt Block DownloadDownload a FREE PDF of this Treasures from Ireland Quilt Block.(Problems downloading our PDF? Sophisticated Salt Dough I can totally remember being a kid and making salt dough ornaments at Christmas time. Snowmen, hearts, stars all painted and glittered, albeit a bit lumpy, hanging heavy on the tree. Fun. Thirty plus years later, they're still fun to make and can have a more sophisticated look. Enter newest and best love.

Folded Fabric Scissor Holder Tutorial These fabric scissor holders with three pockets are a great way to store your scissors so that they are all in the same place and their tips are not going blunt from being up against your bits of equipment in a drawer etc. If you go to classes you can make a few to keep your rotary cutter, marking pencils, glue sticks and so on. Once you have mastered the fold you can make them in a few minutes even with embroidery on them. A great quick gift idea especially if you personalise them with a monogram.

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