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Create a cozy space with this house-shaped softie project. It’s a modern classic, perfect for using up scraps. It’s so quick and fun to sew that you won’t be able to stop making them!
This is the mini version of the Highland Avenue House, which I designed with the historic homes on Highland Avenue in Rochester, NY in mind. Though I no longer live there, I never lost my appreciation for the beautiful, historic homes in upstate New York.
This charming house softie is sophisticated enough for your living room and fun enough for your kids’ rooms. The scalloped roof tiles add depth and texture, while also providing a place for you allow to experiment with different fabric combinations.
Finished Dimensions are approx. 6" x 9"
Skill Level: BEGINNER
(you should be comfortable sewing curves, reading a pattern, and trying basic appliqué)
The Highland Avenue House pattern includes step-by-step illustrations, along with detailed instructions. I've also included lots of extra tips to help you achieve a beautifully finished softie.
This sewing pattern is available for digital download only.
Mini Highland House pattern files include:
5 pages of professionally illustrated instructions
Clear step-by-step directions with supplemental photos
Expert tips for a professional looking finish
Print-at-home pattern pieces
Tips for creating beautiful scalloped edges
Alternate ideas for embellishing your pillow
Recommended Fabrics and Supplies:
Fabric - about 1/2 yds. total (scraps work well)
Mid-weight Interfacing - 1/2 yd. (such as Pellon 931F or SF101)
Fusible Web - <1/2 yd. or 1 pkg. of 2-sided fusible web
Polyester stuffing - about 2 oz. (more if you plan to make your own pillow form)
Fabric: Medium-weight fabrics such as quilting cotton, chambray, canvas, home décor, etc.