Stitch Fall 2013

 

 

    

Downloadable Patterns

1950s Apron

Criss-Cross Capelet

Dragon Softie

Explorer's Crossover Bag

Fluttering Leaf Quilt

Honeycomb Smocked Handbag

Keep It Simple Mini Tablet Cozy

Lined Wool Swing Jacket

Love Sneakers

Nap Cat

Otomi-Inspired Knot Bag

Puppet Castle + Finger Puppets

Weekender Bag

Wild Safari Masks

Features

material world: mexico's textile traditions 
Mags Kandis

material world: globe-trotting for textiles 
Linda Turner Griepentrog

material world: meet me in st. louis 
Linzee Kull McCray

artist profile: amy sedaris
Linzee Kull McCray

Time Traveler

Take a tour through the decades with these 8 projects.

1950s apron
Amy Struckmeyer

supergraphic table runner
Kevin Kosbab

criss-cross capelet
April Moffatt

spool sewing machine cover
Amy Struckmeyer 
weekender bag
Katrin Vorbeck
love sneakers
Berene Campbell
lined wool swing jacket
Katrin Vorbeck

Global Journeys

Stitch your way around the world with 7 internationally-inspired projects.

moorish tiles placemats
Kevin Kosbab

tea ceremony
table runner
Emily Breclaw
otomi-inspired knot bag
Mags Kandis

perfect pleats
tote bag + pillow
Greta Songe

mudcloth messenger bag
Mags Kandis

explorer's crossover bag
Cathy Bullington

tea cozy
Brandon Mably

Renaissance Woman

Define your style with these 6 projects that give you a cultural edge.

fussy cuffs 
Katrin Vorbeck
  lace choker
April Moffatt
honeycomb smocked handbag
Charise Randell
honeycomb smocked scarf
Charise Randell
lace belt
April Moffatt

embroidered +
embellished belt
Kerry Smith

Call of the Wild

Get in touch with your wild side with these 7  projects.

royal elephant
pillow cover
Lindsay Conner

wild animal baby book
Heidi Boyd
keep it simple mini tablet cozy
Mags Kandis
wild safari masks
Jessica Peck
bird by bird linen napkins
Celina Mancurti
nap cat
Missy Shepler
fluttering leaves quilt
Stefanie Berganini

Modern Fairy Tales

Create a bit of wonder with these 4 once-upon-a-time projects.

puppet castle
Heidi Boyd

drawstring apple pouch
Jessica Peck
dragon softie
Heidi Boyd
witch legs doorstop
Kevin Kosbab


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3 thoughts on “Stitch Fall 2013

  1. I downloaded the “Keep It Simple Mini Tablet Cozy” but when I looked for the pattern, there was none. Nothing but a graphic of trees. The first page said: A freezer-paper technique makes it easy for you to transfer … But there was no directions at all. Where could I get the full download? I was very disappointed in this.

    Dineh T

  2. You will have to buy the magazine to get the complete pattern and instructions. That is just a template that goes with the pattern. Sometimes they cannot include everything on the pattern insert of the magazine so they put them as downloads here. You can either buy the magazine or get it as a digital download. It really is a cute pattern.

  3. I am making the weekender bag in the stitch fall 2013. I am at the part where main panels go onto side/closure/bottom panel. I am reading that there are notches to line up panels – however the pattern pieces don’t have them. I am tried to line up the center of the main panel to center of bottom panel without much luck. Can you please send me the corrections.

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