Miscellaneous

“Miscellaneous” can and does mean anything and everything.  While other things will pop up in the future, two of the best Christensen Creations downloadable patterns are  sewing storage aids. Both are holders for sewing equipment with multiple pockets.   However, there’s now a custom pillow case!


PATTERNS AVAILABLE NOW:

Most of us who sew have a stash of some great fabrics, maybe for quilting, maybe not. There are fabulous novelty fabrics available. If you have a yard of one and 1/4 yard of an accent, you can easily make a custom pillowcase for everyone in the family! Just “Cuff ’em, ” using one of 4 different edge patterns–Christensen Creations offers you a choice of waves, hills, pyramids or scallops. A great way to “share the love” of fabric. Easy to add embroidered names, too!

CC#2206 “Cuff ’em” (Pillow) Cases   Click for more info or to buy.

Cuff ’em (Pillow) Cases cc2206

The Christensen CreationsiComforter(see below) is cute little quilted eye mask, so quick.  Use one pattern piece and make it in minutes.  Great little gift.

CC#2200 iComforter   Click for more info or to buy.

iComforter cc2200

Ironing Board Saddlebags” by Christensen Creations has deep pockets to conveniently hold spray bottle, pressing cloths, pattern, pins and markers right over the ironing board.  

CC# 1020 Ironing Board Saddlebags   Click for more info or to buy.

Ironing Board Saddle Bags cc1020

“Rotary Hang-Up Bag”  below is specially designed by Christensen Creations to hold rotary-cutting supplies, including a small mat, rulers and cutters.  It also unzips to hold project pieces.

CC# 1004 Rotary Hang-Up Bag     Click for more info or to buy.

Rotary Front large
Rotary Hang-up Bag front cc1004 with zippered opening for a project, pockets for big and small ruler as well as extra blades.
Rotary back large

Rotary Hang-up Bag back cc1004 holds small cutting mat and big square ruler

*Please note that the decorative quilt blocks are merely optional embellishments and NOT included in this pattern!   See Braided  Border Step-by-Step Workbook (©1990, John Flynn, Billings, MT) for the braided design on the  back.