Patterns I found along the way

So possums here are some fantastic patterns I have found through my hours of *ahem* researching and working hard.

There are great projects from designers, companies and bloggers I have found online and I thought that if I kept a library of links to all these resources you would be able to access them easily!

These  projects are great ways of testing the waters if you are a beginner or learning new skills if you are crafty-capable already!Of course if you have any that you think I should add please leave me a comment!



  • First off here is a site that will help you find your feet. I know it can be over whelming if you don’t know your charm packs from your jelly rolls! Moda Fabrics have a fantastic site for all things fabric. They have designed the Moda Bake Shop like exactly that…. a bake shop! To explain ALL you need to know on their pre-cut fabrics visit their Weights & Measures page. This fantastic page defines not only what each pack is but what you can make and do with them to. All their projects are listed in their under their Recipe page…. from Apparel and Quilts to Gifts and Home Decor.
  • Now for a great lady and her beautiful patterns it’s Bettsy Kingston. She has some gorgeous baby apparel patterns on her site under Tutorials . My personal favourite is the Kimono Gown Project she created for Sew MaMa Sew – I even did one for my nephew…Photos to come(promise)
  • So if you are willing to explore and have a poke around to find some patters All People Quilt.Com have an archive of both free and paid for quilting patterns. Do not be put off by the lay out of the website as there are some really good finds here – I advise once you select the pattern you want to click on the “Download this Project” button at the top as it will give you a handy PDF file of the project instead of scrolling across multiple pages for it.
  • Next up is Melly And Me. An amazing design team made up of two sisters who design beautiful soft toys. They have one free pattern on the right hand side of their blog for a Kokeshi Stuffie. They have pattern give-aways and competitions so keep an eye out. You can purchase their patterns in your nearest quilting shop and they have some pretty books too!
  • Just Some Things I Made is another great blogger who has an amazing archive of crafty projects. Everything from Jewlery to Scarves this woman has a fab imagination.
  • Sew MaMa Sew is a great resource in which you will find an abundance of patterns, tutorials and tips and tricks to help you craft so hurry on down to their Tutorial section!

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