This Pretty Patchwork Case Has Many Uses

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It Makes a Lovely Gift, Too!

This pretty little case can be used for so many things. Among other things, it’s perfect for machine accessories, small notions, makeup, jewelry and those small odds and ends that tend to float around in a tote or handbag.

It also makes a lovely gift. Add special tea bags, sweets or something else the recipient will enjoy for a personal and thoughtful gift.

Accessory Case Pattern

Choose a nice combination of scraps for the patchwork. Embellish it with rick rack, ribbon, lace or even a small bit of applique or embroidery. Or, leave it unadorned and let the patchwork shine.

The finished bag, designed by Amy Barickman of Indygo Junction, is 4 1/8″ x 7 1/4″.

Click here to purchase the “Accessory Case” pattern.

If you order at night or over the weekend, the pattern PDF will be emailed to you on the next business day.


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