New Patterns

Monday, July 7, 2014

Triplizip Pattern
Happy Monday! I'm here today to share three new patterns with you! I've been working on getting these ready pretty much non-stop for the last few weeks, so I'm happy to finally have them done! The PDFs and paper versions are available now in my shop.  I want to simply introduce them to you today, and will spend a post on each one this week to talk about them in detail!

First up is the Sew Portable Travel Set Pattern! I have been trying to find time to work on this pattern for ages! This is the travel set I use for my Singer Featherweight 221. You'll find instructions for the tote bag, extension table cover and drawstring bag in this pattern. Even if you don't have a vintage machine, it's a super sturdy tote bag, and I use it all the time! It's designed to fit the Featherweight but will fit other vintage or small machines up to 11" long.

Next, is the Triplizip Zipper Pouch Pattern! These are the pouches that I teach at The Sewcial Lounge in the Zipper Pouch class and Laminated Zipper Pouch class! If you've never tried zippers before, this is the pattern for you.  There are three pouches in this pattern, a simple lined pouch, a cosmetic pouch with gussets, and a boxy pouch. They are fun and easy to customize!

The last one is the Simply Sampled Pattern. This is a a skill-building sampler I designed for the Block of the Month club I teach at The Sewcial Lounge (we have one spot left in our Sept-Dec session!). It's perfect for a quilter who is ready to tackle basic quilting techniques. From strip piecing to flying geese and quarter square triangles there are lots of different things to learn.

I'll be back tomorrow to chat more about the Sew Portable Travel Set! Have a great day!


  1. Yessss, I have been looking forward to the Sew Portable Travel Set.

  2. You must be reading my mind. This weekend I decided that I need to make a cloth drawstring bag for my Featherweight's foot pedal. Can't wait to hear more about this pattern. I'd also like to make a little cover for the machine (like a toaster cover) to keep the dust off her when not in use. Maybe with an applique that looks just like her.

  3. Your simple sampler is darling--it would be fun to host a quilt a long with that pattern (for those of us who can't get to one of your classes!!)


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