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A Pencil Case for Lola

We hope that you will enjoy making this handy little case for someone special in your life.

Little ones will love it for carrying their pencils, markers, and other treasures.Quilters will appreciate its usefulness for carrying rotary cutters, chalk markers, scissors, and more.

Be sure to share pictures of your creations on our facebook page and tell us how you are using A Pencil Case for Lola.

Click here to download the FREE pattern.

Need help? Visit our blog for a step-by-step tutorial.

Just Desserts Pint-Sized Ice Cream Cases

Just Desserts Pint-Sized Ice Cream Case

Warm hands. Cold ice cream!

Keep your favorite flavor cold longer — and your hands warmer — with this handy ice cream holder.

The Soft and Stable-insulated case helps prevent freezer burn, too, and an optional see-through label may be added for easy identification.

NOTE: The case is designed with a DOUBLE layer of Soft and Stable throughout to give extra insulation and protection.

Perfect for gifts and easy to make, the case is designed to fit comfortably around most pint-sized frozen desserts: ice cream, gelato, sorbet, or frozen yogurt.

Click here to download the FREE pattern.

Need help? Visit our blog for a step-by-step tutorial.

ByAnnie's Soft and Stable Flower Pin

Make an easy raw-edge flower to embellish a favorite purse or bag or to wear on your jacket. 

Pattern includes templates to trace and complete instructions for this easy project.

A layer of Soft and Stable sandwiched between the fabric layers gives great body and stability to your Flower Pin.

Just make one of each size flower.  Then position the small flower on top of the large flower and stitch a couple of buttons through all the layers.  Stitch a lockable pin back to the back and attach it to your purse or jacket.

Click here to download the FREE pattern.

NOTE: These instructions are in PDF format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file. If you do not have this software on your computer, you can download it free by clicking on this button:

Flower Wrist Pincushion

Flower Wrist Pincushion

Pins and needles will always be close at hand when you use this handy pincushion designed to wear on your wrist.

A plastic base inserted in the pincushion before stuffing prevents pokes and stabs.

The pattern includes complete instructions for making the pincushion,including directions for tailoring the length of the wrist band to fit your wrist.

Flower Wrist Pincushions make great gifts for friends who sew or quilt.

Click here to download the FREE pattern.

NOTE: These instructions are in PDF format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file. If you do not have this software on your computer, you can download it free by clicking on this button:

2008 Block of the Month

I was asked to design a Block of the Month quilt for my local quilt guild, the Dixie Quilt Guild. I decided to make blocks reflecting the seasons and am pleased to make these blocks available for visitors to my website. Enjoy!

Be sure to check out Simple Things , a great pattern for assembling these (or any 9" blocks) into two great quilts.

Click here to download the FREE monthly patterns.

NOTE: These instructions are in PDF format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file. If you do not have this software on your computer, you can download it free by clicking on this button:

Wickedly Easy Quilts

Wickedly Easy Quilts

Quilts so easy to make it's almost sinful!

Made using one basic 16" block, these quilts are great for philanthropy projects, dorm quilts, or just a way to use up your stash.

Click here for the instructions.

NOTE: These instructions are in PDF format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file. If you do not have this software on your computer, you can download it free by clicking on this button:

Customer Comments. . .

Hi Annie,

I just had to let you know how thrilled I have been with your Wickedly Easy pattern.

After I posted a picture of one of the many I have made on my proboards forum some of the ladies decided to try it. The pattern really should come with a warning because addiction to the pattern is high! Everyone who made one has made several more. We all just love it.

Thank you so much for sharing one of the easiest and cutest patterns on the web today.

Happy Quilting,

Debbe

Foundation Pieced Blocks

My quilt guild produced an opportunity quilt for our 2009 quilt show. The quilt was designed around blocks featuring houses. Members were asked to make 5" or 10" (finished size) blocks with a house as the main feature.

I designed a couple of patterns for the quilt and am happy to share them here:

Coordinated kitchen set

A free pattern for a decorative kitchen set including a potholder, a handy kitchen towel that buttons onto a cabinet or refrigerator door, and a useful plastic bag holder.

Click here for the instructions.

NOTE: These instructions are in PDF format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file. If you do not have this software on your computer, you can download it free by clicking on this button:

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