Friday, 13 April 2012

Kitchen Classics Pattern Set Available Now!

Sew-Ichigo is proud to present 'Kitchen Classics', our first pattern collection comprising of 4 paper pieced patterns full of vintage kitchen style!  
'Vintage Label'

'Enamel Coffee Pot'

'Tea Kettle'

'Ode to a KitchenAid'

Our downloadable pattern includes:
  • 4 paper pieced blocks, graded according to sewing level.
  • A block map and photograph of how the finished block will look.
  • The foundation pattern in separate sections, with numbers,letters and tick marks for matching sections accurately.
  • The design as a block to enlarge/shrink if required.
  • Instructions on completion
  • General piecing tips
  • Foundation piecing tips
  • Paper piecing tips
  • Colour design sheets for you to test your fabric and colour combinations before you cut into your stash
  • Links to the tutorials at Sew-Ichigo with suggested projects for your blocks
This is a 36 page pattern which comes in a single PDF file.  You can find our shop here.
  • This pattern is a PDF file instantly available after payment.
  • Patterns will be delivered to your email account as soon as payment is received.  You will need Adobe Reader- available for free here- installed on your computer.
  • If you pay by Paypal the pattern will automatically be sent to the email in your paypal account
  • Payment is easy!  Paypal accepts credit and debit cards, you do not need to have a Paypal account.
  • The download link expires after three attempts.  We recommend you save the files on your computer so it is there for future use.  
  • We permit small home scale production of items using these block but credit must be given to the original designers, Kerry Green and Penny Layman. No commercial production is allowed.
Much whooping and celebrations going on in the UK and USA!  We are both so thrilled everything is ready for you.  You will be hearing more about how the patterns came about, seeing what our lovely pattern testers did with their blocks, giveaways and more, so keep checking back for more news!


  1. Oh, how exciting!! Congrats!!! ;) xo Heather

  2. thank you for your encouragement, ladies!!

  3. Go you! Congratulations to both of you!

  4. Very cool, I wondered what that racket was... ;o)

  5. I'm whooping from down here too! congratulations you two!

  6. Congratulations, lovely ladies! All these patterns look so cute together!

  7. Seniorpal again{ is it possible to get written pattern mailed to me?? I dont have camera or copier? If I download Im not sure if I need to save it or just click off? Need some thoughts????

  8. another pattern i need to purchase... i have promised myself that i will become an amazing paper piecer!

  9. The reply button is being a little stubborn so this is for seniorpal- when you receive your pattern download link you download onto your hard drive. You can then burn a copy off onto disc if that is your preference, I store my pdfs on Dropbox so I can look at them on other devices like my ipad. I rarely print pdf patterns out as my computer is in the same room as I sew. As long as you have saved a copy somewhere safe (hard drive or cloud storage) it works just fine!

  10. I love them all!!!! May I ask... do your instructions cover 'Y' seaming with paper piecing?

    No matter, really, because I am off to your shop right now!

    1. Thankyou! There are no Y seams in these patterns so you should be good to go. I am doing a very detailed Y seams feature for the next edition of Fat Quarterly e-zine if that is any help!

  11. I just had to hand out some high fives to whoever thought to use the selvedge dots on the mixer block. Pure D BRILLIANT!


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