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Super Simple Fabric Catcher

By: Penny from Sew Simple Life
Super Simple Fabric Catcher
This image courtesy of sewsimplelife.com

When you're hard at work on a quilt, you may find yourself surrounded by scraps and loose fabric. Don't get buried in a mess; just make a Super Simple Fabric Catcher to keep on the end of your quilting station. Pick out some cute jelly roll quilt patterns and with the help of this quick tutorial, you'll have yourself a quilted basket that's good for storage, but also looks stylish. This is one of the best quilt basket patterns you'll find, as it has plenty of space and stays securely by your side the entire time you'll be quilting.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePieced

Easy

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This is a wonderful pattern, simple and useful. And so adaptable, the pillow could be a pin cushion, and it would be so easy to make pockets around the bag edge to hold scissors, small ruler, tweezers, and other necessary sewing implements that always seem to be required for every project.

This link is not working, it does not go to the fabric catcher, it goes to the ebook cover pattern. Please send me a link for the super simple fabric catcher. bfoster40@cfl.rr.com

Try this link. http//sslsewsimpledesigns.blogspot.com/2012/02/wha == t-can-you-make-with-jelly-roll21.html I didn't have any problem going from the hyperlink, but this is the actual website. These would make great gifts for sewing friends. If I start now, I might even be done by next Xmas.

I am trying to click on the simple fabric catcher link and when I do it takes me to the pattern for the ebook cover. Please send me a link to the super simple fabric catcher. Thanks, Brenda bfoster40@cfl.rr.com

The link goes to the pattern then reverts to a Kindle/Nook cover (which I need as well) but you can't even read it completely before it just goes someplace else.

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