Stocking Stuffers

Otedama

Otedama is a traditional Japanese juggling game with ojami (fabric bean bags). The pattern includes illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions and the basic rules of the game. read more »

Geometrical Bean Bags

Patterns for these bags are the perfect size for pre-school age children to handle. Use them to help kids learn both shapes and to learn the names of colors at the same time! read more »

Pet tags

Has your pet let you know that as a quilter's owner he/she is proud to announce that to the world? And how? Well, naturally with a quilted name tag! read more »

Scrappy Jewelry

As I was going through my basket of teeny tiny scraps I found all these strips I had from leftover strip-piecing projects. So of course they had to be repurposed... and what better than fabric jewelry? read more »

Scrappy Wrist Cuffs

Looking for a quick gift to make in a matter of minutes? Something easy to personalize for one or more special girls? Rest assured this simple idea is a winner! read more »

Quick Quilted Belt Pouch

Whether you are experienced or new to English Paper Piecing, here's a quick project to practice on! Make this tiny one to hold your keys or small change, or choose from three other sizes to make a larger belt pouch, a cosmetic case, or a shoulder bag. read more »

Flat Pencil Case

Use those itty-bitty bits left over from favorite fabrics that you just couldn’t part with for this fun and super quick quilted project kids of all ages will love! This project works up really fast, so you can assembly line if you like, and make several at the same time! read more »

Barrettes

Who says quilts are only for beds? Stitch up these tiny paper-pieced quilts to adorn someone's hair with style! These wonderful miniature quilts are favorites for "girls" of all ages! Download the instructions and patterns for 5 wonderful paper pieced barrettes. read more »

Scrappy Eyeshade

Here’s another fun and super fast gift for a traveler or for your insomniac friend who needs to sleep in absolute darkness! Use fabric scraps, piece and quilt your background and finish this fun eyeshade quickly. Another project you could make several of for your gift list this year! read more »

Luggage Tag

Large, colorful tags will help identify luggage on the airport baggage carousel! This is a great way to use your fabric scraps, or even break into your stash for those favorites you've been holding on to! read more »

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