I made a third Pointy Kitty. This is my favourite free softie pattern I’ve found online so far. It’s cute and it turns out great every time. Thank you Hillary Lang from Wee Wonderfuls.
This time Pointy Kitty turned out a bit small. I must have added 1/4 inch allowance to the pieces previously but I forgot this time. As warned in the tutorial, turning the cat inside out is difficult though I’d say it’s only the tail that it’s hard. I had no problem with the legs or the ears.
Download free pattern by Wee Wonderfuls.
I had to make a quick gift for a baby yesterday. This is what I came up with. Aren’t they cute?
Free booties pattern
I used Bitty Booties pattern (pdf) by Heather Baileys. The pattern comes in two different sizes, 0-3 months and +6 months.
Perfect for the kids to collect all those chocolate eggs!
Spring chicken softie – free pattern
Chicken softie made with a free pdf pattern provided by Amy from Badskirt .
Funny Bunny softie – free pattern
Free pattern download and instructions at Sew4Home.
This is the cutest pincushion. The pattern is by Manuela of Join the mood
Warning: the spout and handle were difficult to turn inside out. I had to make the handle twice and make the tube slightly larger. In frustration I forgot to add the embellishments around the middle and top. Printing the pattern at 110% may make it easier to turn.
Still it’s a little pretty teapot!
The pattern and instructions are by Manuela of Join the mood
Other pincushions I have made
Heart pincushion tutorial
Why buy a gift when you can make something truly unique to give to your kids or your kids’ friends? Here is a list of free tutorials to make unique gifts:
- Spring Chicken
- Easter bunny basket
- Patchwork bunting
- Mini fabric wallet
- Pointy Kitty
- Panda pillow
- Tooth Fairy pillow
- Headband in 15 minutes or less tutorial