Free Patterns and Printables for Subscribers
Please be patient as I upload and update this page with all of my freebies.
I regularly add new patterns and printables to my blog. If you don’t want to miss them, make sure to subscribe to my blog via email or follow me on Facebook (Creating for Kids), Facebook (Home & Garden), Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and/or Pinterest.
These patterns are for personal use only. Please do not distribute these patterns directly to others or sell the patterns.
I’m an amateur at creating sewing patterns and woodworking plans so please keep that in mind. If you have any questions, feel free to email me or leave a comment on the relevant blog post. I try to respond as soon as I can.
Free Sewing Patterns
Information on assembling my sewing patterns can be found at the bottom of this post. It’s pretty standard for a PDF sewing pattern, but if you’ve never used one then it might be helpful to review.
- Burp Cloths
- Women’s Apron
- Dog Vest
- Car Seat Poncho
- Coffee Cozy
- Lunch Bag
- Pokemon Boo Boo Bag
- Toothbrush Cover
Free Woodworking Plans
- Duck Coop
- Gem Mining Sluice
- Home Renovations Planner
- Dog Care Chore Check List for Kids
- Toddler Chore Checklist
- Sewing Journal
- Menu Planner
- Home Inspection Checklist
- “Use It or Lose It” Refrigerator Printable to track expiring food
Free Cricut and Silhouette Cutting Machine Designs
How to Assemble Sewing Patterns
I consider myself a pretty amateur pattern designer. I have exclusively used patterns that I buy online so when I make my own patterns, I’m using a similar style to what I’ve seen other online pattern makers use.
It was brought to my attention that I haven’t really explained how to use any of my patterns. Whoops. A big thank you to the follower who sent me an email.
So let me show you how I put together my patterns and hopefully it will help you assemble yours.
For the smaller items, the entire pattern is on one sheet. Cut out, use like you normally would.
Multiple Page Patterns
To finish, just cut along the top solid line (where I’m pointing) and you have your pattern piece for the long side of the lunch bag.