Ever wondered what to make with your scrap fabric? I always encourage sewists to save scraps as it’s amazing how many fabulous projects can been sewn up with them. So, with this in mind, I’m proud to introduce a new addition to my pattern collection: ‘Sewn with Scraps’. Each new issue includes three patterns giving you ideas and patterns whilst teaching you how to use up those small, scrappy bits of fabric and sew up super cute projects.
Issue 1 has been inspired by my love for up-cycling and as I’ve decided this year to sew up some pretty present packaging for Christmas and birthdays. This is the perfect pattern booklet, if, like me, you like to see gift bags reused. No need to throw away pretty paper packaging; now your recipient can reuse the bags for future gifts or even as make up, toiletry or stationary bags.
Your pattern contains a welcome letter, a colourful step by step booklet with lots of colourful pictures showing you each step. Plus a 3, A3 pages of templates for the projects
You will need:
Emily-1 large button, 3” piece of ribbon, four 10″ x 12” pieces of fabric, two 10″ X 12” pieces of lightweight interfacing and thread.
Ruby-two 10″ X 10” pieces of fabric, two 10″ x 13” pieces of fabric, two 10″ X 13” pieces of lightweight interfacing and thread.
Karen-two pieces of 17.5″ x 13” fabric, one piece 17.5″ x 13” lightweight interfacing, one piece of 20” ribbon
Ruby bag 7 x 7″
Emily 9 x 10″
Karen 4 x 12.5″
Copyright and Licensing information:
You may sell items made from this pattern for charity, in your shop, or on your stall: however, this pattern is not to be copied and used for mass production. This pattern belongs to Living in Loveliness, you cannot claim this pattern as your own or allow others to use it. This pattern is for personal and limited commercial use for only one purchaser.
Returns and exchanges
Please note no returns are not accepted on this product, should you have any problems with the pattern please contact my via email kerrie@livinginloveliness