needle case sewing pattern

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The pattern contains detailed instructions on how to construct this cute little needle caddy, with lots of clear, close up colour photographs to help you along. It is a 10-page PDF pattern, designed to print onto regular A4 paper and shows you how to make this unique and practical holder for all your sewing needles.

This is by far my most popular pattern – I have loved working on this project and am delighted by how it turned out. My little needle caddy gets lots of attention wherever it goes and I feel sure that it is destined to become an heirloom in my family in the years to come! It would also make a wonderful unique handmade gift for someone ♥

Upon purchase you will receive an instant PDF download that you can store on your computer and print off as you wish. There’s no need to wait for the post, so you can get started on this gorgeous little project straight away!

This pattern assumes that you are familiar with the English Paper Piecing method for constructing hexagons. However, you can also use the pattern without hexagons on the cover, the choice is yours!

**There are no instructions for the binding included in the pattern, but there is a free step by step tutorial with full colour, close up photgraphs on my blog here https://sewingroomsecrets.wordpress.com/2015/06/11/one-way-to-bind-a-quilt/

♥ Have fun creating ♥

Natalie x


*Use of this pattern is strictly for personal use only and items may not be mass produced. Please do not make finished items to sell. The copyright for my photographs, patterns, tutorials and designs lies with me. © sewing room secrets / Natalie Kaprielian 2013-15. Please do not share, distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. Purchasing the pattern does not transfer you the copyright. It is unlawful to copy and resell this pattern. I spend a lot of time designing the patterns: getting the idea, gathering the appropriate materials, all the trial and error that goes into creating it, taking pictures, editing pictures and writing up the pattern/tutorial. Thank you for respecting the copyright! ♥



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    (56)
    I am making this now. Great instructions! It's coming out beautifully. It's a little more work than I anticipated but it is coming out so nicely it is worth all the effort!
    May 1, 2018 by Marianne Petkus
    Pattern printed out perfectly .. was soooo much fun to make!! Thanks!!
    Apr 17, 2018 by Rebecca Garrett
    This is so precious and I am excited to try out the pattern. Thank you so much.
    Jan 16, 2018 by Merrideelee
    really happy with this sweet pattern and can't wait to have it finished. a great idea and love the little hexagons
    Sep 14, 2017 by Karen Simons
    I love the pattern. Easy to follow.
    Apr 8, 2017 by Therese Cingranelli

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Note regarding patterns/tutorials - All instructions are given in good faith and are written as clearly as possible and contain clear colour photographs and/or illustrations in a step by step manner. An example of how I present instructions/ tutorials can be found on my blog here https://sewingroomsecrets.wordpress.com/2015/06/11/one-way-to-bind-a-quilt/ My patterns have also been tested by other stitchers with a range of ability before being offered for sale.

Some sewing experience will be required and I will always try to help if you get stuck, but cannot give refunds due to the nature of the product.