Browsing "Purses"

Monday Madness

Welcome back to Monday Madness – Anything Goes – an eclectic selection of patterns and projects.

Critter Caboodle is 36 pages of adorable critters in seven different quilt projects.  Instructions for piecing and for applique techniques.

Having It All is a pattern by Indygo Junction for a backpack that doubles as a shoulder bag. There are instructions for adding, if you choose, a front pocket and bottle holder.

Just one simple block  -  you pick the size: 10″ or 5.5″  You can achieve so many different looks depending on your fabrics and the layout.  You won’t want to stop at just one of these I’ll Tumble For You quilts.   And you can choose the size:  45″ x 56″ or 45″ x 75″.

Pinwheels surround these Chubby Chicks and they are just so cute!!   Charms would be perfect for the chicks or you can use up your scraps.  Then add cute little embroidered feet and button eyes. 

Annie’s Winter Fun is a pattern for an adorable 22″ rag doll.  She’s all dressed up for some fun in the snow.  With her snowman in one hand and her sled in the other she’s ready!

Scrap Sack II is like the original – only better!  There’s a pin cushion on top to hold your pins and to hand your scrap sack off the edge of your sewing table.  There’s a pocket for your little tools . . . you know . . . your best friend, the seam ripper.  And scissors lease so they are always handy.  Just two fat quarters needed.  These are so handy – they’d make a perfect gift for your sewing buddies.

Monday Madness – From Slippers to Evening Bags

Welcome back to Monday Madness – an eclectic selection of patterns.

It’s getting colder and you’re going to need to keep those feet warm! These “big foot” slippers are made using the Flannel Chenille technique. Sizes for everyone from x-small to x-large; from narrow to wide widths. Make a few extra for Christmas gifts. Who wouldn’t like a new pair of comfy slippers?

Churn Dash is a miniature quilt.  It finishes at 18 1/2″ square.  Use your scraps for this cute quilt.  You could make a few with different color variations and they would make a nice grouping.

The Happy Quilt is a 35 1/2″ square quilt that will brighten up any wall.  Easy triangle shortcuts are included in the pattern. 

Straddling Scarecrow is enjoying the fall.  Just one in a series of Straddling characters, each one is constructed the same way and measures the same size.   Applique on a pieced background with borders to frame it all.


Dig out your scraps and make covers for scrapbooks, photo albums, paperbacks.  Plus instructions for bookbags, bookmarks, glass cases.  More than twenty projects are found in Scraps & Books & Covers.

Baby’s Bow Wow Blanket works as a wallhanging or to snuggle baby.  Easy four square blocks as star centers plus simple applique doggy pull toys make a whimsical quilt.  Make it scrappy or match the nursery’s color scheme.  Makes a great shower or new baby gift.

Kizmet Klutch comes in two sizes. Make the large one with bold fabrics for a casual bag for everyday use. Make the smaller one with more sedate fabrics for an evening bag.

Monday Madness – From Tots To Teens

Monday Madness – anything goes!  An eclectic selection of patterns & projects . . .

Appliqued Bibs are made from one terry layer and one layer of cotton or flannel. Choose from velcro closures or snaps. There are 20 different applique designs and two different size bibs: infant and toddler. You’ll use this pattern over and over.

Little Houses On A Hillside is a lap sized quilt. Made with an original block on a background of a half square triangle to represent the hillside.

This Morning Star wall-hanging will add a touch of Spring to your home year ’round.  The flowers are made of wool and embellished with beads.

The Take-It-All Tote will hold EVERYTHING!  It measures 30″ x 20″ and has three different motifs from which to choose for the center square.  The other side of the bag has a variation of the motif.  Best of all, the pattern is all rotary cut with NO templates.

Do you take your iron to class or retreats?  This Hot Iron Carrier / Ironing Mat does double duty and is easy to make.  It’s so handy to not have to wait for your iron to cool before you pack it up.

9-Patch On The Go is a quilt-as-you-go project.  You’ll be piecing and quilting both at the same time.  When you top is finished it really is finished! Just add binding.   14″ x 16″ placemats have a matching 26″ x 26″ table topper.

Take those special T-Shirts that are really loved by your teenaged child or grandchild but never worn anymore and make a quilt that is filled with memories. You’ll need a dozen T-shirts and some of your stash. T-Shirt Memory Quilt finishes at 58″ x 74″.

These are just a few of the many and varied quilt patterns to be found at Quilters Warehouse.

Monday Madness – From Black & White to A Riot of Color

Monday Madness – anything goes!  An eclectic selection of patterns & projects . . . .

If you want a striking, dramatic quilt you just might find one (or a dozen!) in Black & White Quilts by Kay M. Capps Cross.   Whether you are a beginner, an old pro, or somewhere in the middle, this book will have a project for you.  There are 12 designs and along with the instructions there are tips for adding a little extra sprakle.

Hot Pot Kitchen Set has instructions for flannel chenille “hot stuff”.   Give your kitchen a lift with new colorful coasters, pot holders and hot pad.  These are great for gifts too.  A little bonus: purchase of the pattern also entitles you to make 2 dozen items a year to sell at craft fairs.

This stained glass  Hummingbird by Edna Trunt will hold still long enough for you to enjoy his beauty.  Finishes at 22″ x 20″.


Berries And Cream is a classic red & white quilt inspired by French Enamelware.  Finishing at 92″ it has a collection of red prints paired with muslim.

A traditional feathered star has been stretched to make this quilt perfect for your bed.  North By North by Vicky Lawrence has instructions for piecing in quarter sections for easier construction.

Use your scraps to make these Quilted Coins.  Little coin purses (3″ x 3.5″) close with velcro.  Perfect for little gifts.  If you’re giving someone a quilt wouldn’t it be fun to use the leftovers so they have this little piece of the quilt to carry around with them?

Crimson Rambler can’t help but catch your eye.  Bright prints are used for pineapple blocks that are made with perfect points and NO paper piecing!  Two options are given for the border – flowers or flying geese.

Monday Madness – From Frogs to Fruit Cake

An eclectic selection of patterns

Cuddly soft playful pets made with Minky fabric. These are the latest Hankie Blankie Pets . . . a frog, bunny & duck. Easy to make and helpful hints are included for stitching on Minky.

An easy rectangle block is all that’s needed to make this Gathering of Hearts.  Use florals for a soft, water color look.   For a totally different look try bright, bold fabrics.

Sand Dollars from Bloom Creek has no blocks to piece or match. Borders and appliqued sand dollars make this beautiful quilt. Instructions are easy to follow and even a beginner should have success with this project.

Would you believe this quilt is made with just one block repeated with different fabrics?!  Block Of Many Colors I is great for using up your scraps.   There are several sizes included in the pattern.  And if you like this pattern there are two more like it.


The Angel Patrol will watch over you because they know that “Some days are tougher than others”.   Isn’t that the truth?!

You’ll find so many uses for Busy Bag!  Big enough (9.5″x11″x10″) for all your sewing stuff, use it for shopping trips, for a diaper bag or a beach bag.  Choose your favorite panel fabric and make this bag “yours”.  Or finally give your orphan blocks a home.

Sewing rooms are magical . . . did you know you can make a Fruit Cake from Layer Cakes?!  Try that in your kitchen!  Large half square triangles surrounded by praire points really showcase a fabric line.  A beginner could easily make this twin size quilt.