My latest pattern , the Key Change Pocket Purse, can be made with a window for easy picture identification or with appliqués or monograms or both! Inside pocket. Quick and easy with color photography. PDF format.
From N. in WV when she reordered her second Jitter Bucket pattern:
I made one for my husbands TV remotes et al, and I made it out of the fake leather cloth and it worked very well and looked very masculine. I have already made 4, 2 for gifts and 2 for us, now my husband needs one in his computer room. I could not find my pattern anywhere, I was glad I could find it on the 'net.
Someone wrote today that her finished Mug Bucket wasn't big enough for her mug and wanted to know what size mug was needed.
The pattern was made for the traditional smaller mugs. If you plan to use an oversized mug, allow more room at the center fold lines and perhaps increase the same amount at the top fold line for the inner pockets.
Q. I bought your Mug pattern and am new to sewing, is there a more detailed page for pinning/cutting out pattern?
A. No I do not have pictures of cutting out the pattern pieces. What I would suggest is reading the directions on the pattern and looking closely at the photos on the instruction sheet. Everything is place on the fold.
For the pockets, place the folds parallel to a straight edge. For the fabric pockets, fold the fabric down once, then fold it again.
Please feel free to call me if you have questions. My reply to you was blocked by your email.
This organizer pattern fits over the right shoulder and is connected to webbing or a self-fabric strap that slips through a D-ring on the left and loops behind to connect to a parachute clip 5 inches from the organizer on the right. Multiple carabiner clips can be placed on either side to hold tools, water bottles, keys or tape measures. A magnetic snap in the center securely closes the bag.
To introduce the newest Buckets Gone Wild! pattern, all patterns are priced at $7.50 through June 1, 2010.