You may download these patterns for your personal use.
Each handout has been used to make the project. However, if you spot an error, or think more detail would be useful, please let the YQ Representative know.
This online tutorial was the inspiration for the workshop using an old CD as the circle template (plus a seam allowance) and die cut hearts for the wings.
We have been unable to trace the original designer and, therefore, are unable to give credit. If you are, or know of, the designer please let us know so credit can be given.
Fashion Model Wallhanging
This project was based on a free to download pattern from Michael Miller fabrics. The pattern is for a much larger quilt, but we used the templates 'as is'.
Make a small quilted background using the 'bagging out' technique. Turn it to the right side, topstitch the edge and close the gap. Free machine quilt.
Bondaweb suitable fabrics and cut out a body, hair and clothes and fuse to the background.
We made the dress of the skirt more 3D by cutting a small rectangle, adding a narrow hem and machine gathering the top edge. Fit to the skirt part of the dress, turn under and stitch down the skirt sides and cover the gathers with a waistband made from ribbon (or similar).
Raid your box of embellishments for bits and pieces to add to the outfit, hair and/or background.
We used fabric markers to colour in shoes and create the facial features.
Shark Pencil Case & Zippy Purse
Shark Pencil Case - thanks to Becky Jorgensen (Patchwork Posse) for permission to use her pattern.
Zippy Purse - thanks to Lindsay Connor (Craft Buds) for permission to use her pattern.
Disappearing 9-patch Cushion
Omit the handles for the box and fold over the top instead.