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In the Pantry


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Kerry and I are no strangers when it comes to Kitchen-alia. It's our favorite thing to make patterns for so it's probably no surprise to you that's what our latest pattern set is all about. It's called "In the Pantry" and is a bounty of patterns which is full of options. Mama's Pyrex includes an introduction to curved seams, which is a first here at Sew-Ichigo. (Find a short video on our blog on how to easily cut your 1/4" seam allowance for these curved seams.) This pattern can be modified to a stack of two, three or four bowls. The Storage Jars are full of options as well. You can mix and match lid handles, labels, and include a gift tag on your jar. Then there's the knife, spoon and fork which you can bejewel or not. You choose! Non-EU buyers only please. If you live in the EU, please visit to purchase this pattern. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY paper piecing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS block sizes vary

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  • fabric, paper,thread

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Hi, we are Kerry and Penny. Kerry- I have been stitching and designing since I was a child. I love vintage, especially fabric and kitchenalia- both inspire and excite me. I blog at verykerryberry. I met Penny in Ringo Pie quilting bee- we were drawn together through a mutual love of paper piecing and kitchen themes. We have been plotting and hatching for some time developing a project where we can work together and so Sew-Ichigo was created. We aim to combine our graphic, quirky, cute styles to make you the best paper piecing patterns we possibly can. Penny - My love for paper piecing was born about 2 years ago and since then I've not looked back. When I'm out and about and something catches my eye, my first thought is, "oooh, that would make a really great paper-pieced design!" I can't help it, it's in my blood! Kerry and I are super excited for Sew-Ichigo and hope that you will be too! I blog at sewtakeahike, where I share a bit about life, quilts, sewing and all my favorite things.