Craftsy Pattern Shop
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Craftsy allows pattern designers to upload and sell their patterns from a personalized pattern shop for free! These are downloadable patterns so you once you buy them, you can instantly download them and get to creating!
Craftsy is a really great company. In addition to taking tons of classes, I love the fabric they offer! The pattern shops are just another great service this company is doing for the art and craft community. Check out the Crafty Cat Studio pattern shop or view the "My Patterns on Craftsy" widget in the right side bar to see what I've got for sale right now.
The patterns up in my shop are the redesigned versions of the patterns I made while working at Sew Many Blocks. They've been updated, refreshed and now rereleased under my new business title Crafty Cat Studio! Right now you'll find four patterns for sale which include:
This pattern has been my top seller! It's a clever bag design that is made with two fat quarters. It's fun to make and a beginner friendly pattern. Make one for yourself or as a gift! My local guild has made and sold these for their fair booth two years in a row so far and they sell out quickly. I love seeing my designs enjoyed by so many people!
A versatile and functional card holder design. Make one to hold your business cards, shopping cards, or coupons.
This pattern was created because I needed a card holder for my business cards. I wanted something compact, it finishes at 4" x 2" folded, and quick to make. I also love it if I can use up scraps on small projects like this so this pattern is very scrap friendly! I also made it compatible with the AccuQuilt GO! fabric cutting system, but the instructions for traditional rotary cutting are included as well.
I needed a baby blanket for a friend's first baby and I love tumblers so this pattern was born. I picked out some really cute baby fabric and set out playing with layouts. This blanket works well in the crib or on the child's first bed. I wanted it to be big enough so it could be used for awhile but also cuddly and easy to clean. I kept the quilting simple and used flannel on the back! The finished size is 43" x 49". This is also an AccuQuilt GO! friendly pattern, but I also include a template for the tumbler shape so you can make it without the special cutting system.
Add a bit of fun to any room with these cute cats adorning your wall or table! Save your furniture from the pet hair or fill it with catnip for a fun toy. Make one for your child to cuddle with. Its small size means you can take it anywhere!
This pattern was a bit of fun I decided to make for my cats. They were needing new blankets and I wanted to make something that was a bit more interesting than the usual square. I started playing with abstract cat shapes and ended up with this fun pattern. I liked it so much when I was done that it ended up on my dining room table as a table topper instead of as the cats' new blanket. I ended up making a few more so my cats could each have one too.
This is also an AccuQuilt GO! friendly pattern and the rotary instructions are included as well.
Now that I'm done with these rereleases, I can get back to my new patterns. I have several new patterns in various stages of completion and I'll let you know when they are ready for you to enjoy! So keep any eye on my blog!
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