Kitty Cat Heat Bag PDF Pattern

from Jody's Crafty Creations

Kitty Cat Heat Bag PDF Pattern Pattern

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Sewing: Kitty Cat Heat Bag PDF Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills required
  • Basic Embroidery Skills - backstitch & satin stitch

Pattern Description:

***This is for the PDF Pattern ONLY - Not the finished product pictured***
*Pattern is an instant Downloadable PDF file (NOT a finished product or Kit)*

This pattern is suitable for a beginner sewer. This pattern and instructions will take you through step by step with lots of photos along to way, how to sew a Kitty Cat Heat Bag. It includes full sized templates (on A4 Size paper) for the pattern pieces. You will need to download and print out the pattern & cut out the templates.

Use this pattern to make this cute Kitty Cat Heat Bag for the kids, yourself, friends or family. I'm sure everyone would love to have a Kitty Cat Heat bag to help keep their feet warm at night or to help ease aching muscles too. A nice warm Kitty Cat Heat Bag can also give some comfort to kids when they are feeling unwell too - just like a nice warm hug! This heat bag is a quick and easy project to make too.

This pattern is designed and produced by Jody Herbert of Jody's Crafty Creations and is copyrighted 2014.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Heat Bag is approx. 6" wide by 15" long when finished

Materials:

  • 15" (40cm) Cotton Drill Fabric
  • 10" x 6" (25cm x 15cm) White/Off White Homespun Cotton Fabric
  • Approx. 1.3kg Wheat (uncooked - raw wheat) or Rice
  • Black Embroidery Thread

You Will Also Need:

  • General Sewing Supplies

About Designer

About Designer

Jody Herbert on craftsy.com

I love sewing and crafts and making things for my kids. I especially love making softie toys and in the last couple of years I have been designing my own softies and writing patterns too. I LOVE fabrics especially the bright fabrics and kids prints. I have also recently started holding sewing classes for kids too - which have been great fun.

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