All the Patterns and Tutorials
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Patterns for AccessoriesTie your look together and stand out in the crowd. (back to the top)
|Felt Flower Pins||Orchid Slippers / Flip Flops||Wrap and Elastic Headbands|
Patterns for Apartment & Home DecoratingMake things for your house, apartment, pad, flat, dormroom or
wherever you live. (back to the top)
|Curtains in an Evening||Recycled T-shirt Throw Pillow||Oven Mitts and Fingertip Mitts|
Patterns for Bags and PursesRugged messengers or dainty purses, one can never have too many bags. (back to the top)
|Tudor Rose Purse||Choose Your Own Adventure Bag||Mini Duffel Bag||Panelled Lunch Bag|
Patterns for Cases and CoziesEven inanimate objects get lonely sometimes. Show your device you care by making it case to keep it safe and scratch-free. (back to the top)
|*NEW* Mini MP3 Player Case|| Preview: Cube Case
(fits GBA SP)
|MP3 Player Case #2 (fits Karma)|| MP3 Player Case #3|
| Woven Fabric MP3 Player Case
(fits iPod 4G)
|Felt / Fleece MP3 Player Case (fits iPod 4G)|
Patterns for Sewing More to
come... I promise! (back to the top)
|Turn Old Jeans into a Skirt|
Techniques and TutorialsThese are individual technique tutorials taken from other patterns on the site. Mix and match these techniques with SavvySeams or other patterns to get an item and a look truly your own. (back to the top)
|Double-Welt or Piped Pocket||Bias Tape or Binding||Cording or Spaghetti Straps||Button with Thread Shank|
|Tibetan Waistband for Skirts or Pants||Drawstring Waistband for Skirts or Pants||Canadian or Lattice Smocking|
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If you are unsure of a pattern or technique test it first on muslin or scrap fabric.
Remember: never sew over pins!
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