Sunbonnet Sue, dressed in feedsack pastels, was a favorite in the 1930's. Dress this quick-to-make Sue in reproduction prints to brighten any room in your house. Finished doorstop size is approximately 14" tall.
Tuck your best silver into an embroidered silverware caddy and top the table or buffet with a coordinating luncheon cloth. Pattern also includes directions for two chair covers and two napkins. Finished Sizes: Napkin: 14 1/2 inches squareLuncheon Cloth: 36 inches square; Chair Cover: 13 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches, excluding ties; Silverware Caddy: Approximately 9 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches.
Pamper yourself or a friend with a gift of this pretty and useful bath set. Present the gift in a woven basket with fragrant soaps or bath gel in coordinating colors. Back Scrubber Size: 6" x 36"; Soap Holder Size: Approximately 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"; Mitt Size: 7 1/4" x 9 1/2".
Pretty spring tulips provided the inspiration for this lovely machine-quilted wall hanging. Use easy machine-applique and piecing techniques to stitch this quilt and display it just in time for warmer days.
Celebrate any heartfelt occasion with this one-of-a-kind place setting made especially for you and the one you love. Finished place mat size is approximately 12" x 18". Napkin size is 17" square, and coaster size is 5" diameter.
This collection--colorful big bold veggies with eye-catching appeal and crisp black-and-white checkerboard trim--will add some zing to the kitchen! Finished table runner size is 38" x 17". Place mat size is 20" x 17", and pot holder size is 8 1/2" x 10 1/2".
Use brightly colored woven strips of coordinating fabrics to stitch a summery base for a display of candles or flowers. This e-pattern was originally published in Simple Serger Sewing. Finished candle mat size is 16" x 16".
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