Make Your Own: Stuff Sack Pattern
I am so excited to finally be ready to share with you my first sewing pattern for one of my favorite things to make and use – Stuff Sacks.
I was inspired by the stuff sacks used by campers and backpackers to keep stuff organized in a backpack. I use one stuff sack to carry my Canon Rebel camera, and another one to store my acrylic paints – 14 bottles. I use another one for a lunch bag on the days I’m on campus. These stuff sacks are also great for gathering treasures along the trail, fallen leaves, pinecones, acorns, a piece of sea glass or a unique fossil. You could use one for your knitting or embroidery project. The possibilities are endless!
Pattern includes instructions for three sizes, for sale for $10.00.
*Includes instructions on how to make your own piping.
You may purchase it here:
They are PDF-to-print, so you don’t have to pay for shipping costs, printing costs, or wait for delivery via snail mail. They will be delivered to your email address as an Adobe PDF file format.
I have also created a page at the top of my blog called Patterns as a central place to feature my patterns and share links to all the places they will be available for download.
You can also purchase them from my new pattern store on Craftsy.
One last place to find them – at Big Cartel.
Personally, I love these bags, so I hope you will too. Stay tuned for more patterns coming soon. Thanks for stopping by!
PS – If you buy a pattern, I would love it if you share a photo of your project in the Flickr group I created: Patchwork Trails Patterns. Thank you!