Blueberry Quart Caplet Free Pattern, Tutorial & Giveaway CLOSED

June 3, 2010

Wow. Three neat treats rolled into one post. In anticipation of the upcoming Grosgrain etsy patterns, I'm offering a free ungraded caplet pattern. Download here. Image should print at 8.67 wide and 11.48 tall on paper. Print pattern with 'no page scaling' in print properties. The pattern is ungraded but it fits sizes 3-6. And can be easily reduced or enlarged to fit various sizes.

This is the same pattern I made for the Strawberry Quart Caplet (the first item I ever gave away on Grosgrain). FOLLOW TUTORIAL AT BOTTOM OF POST IN 'READ MORE'
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 Follow "Read More" for tutorial....
Step 1: Cut one pattern on the fold of your fabric (the one that will be showing on top). Then cut another pattern on the fold of your fabric (the one that will be underneath). I like to use a solid color for the underside.

 





Step 2: Sew the inner rickrack to the right side of your top fabric.

 








Step 3: Sew the outer rickrack to the right side of your top fabric. After the caplet is finished it should stick out of the caplet like piping. So it should be sewn lined up with the edge of your fabric.

 






Step 4: Cut two pieces of thin cord 14” long.

 





Step 5: Place the cord between the two pieces of fabric, right sides together, so that an inch is sticking out.

 







Step 6: Sew the two pieces of fabric, right sides together, leaving a small opening at the back.

 








Step 7: Clip close to corners and turn right side out.

 









Step 8: Iron flat.










 
Step 9: Iron solid color of opening over by 3/8”.

 








Step 10: Sew across opening catching all fabric underneath.

Step 11: Iron.



14 {comments}:

kathy said... Best Blogger Tips

So excited about your upcoming etsy patterns!

jenny said... Best Blogger Tips

Okay, that's it. I want your life Kathleen! I want to be adorable and hang out with my three gorgeous girls and make super cute clothes for them and me every day! :)

La Tempête said... Best Blogger Tips

Gosh SO CUTE! As always.

kristiyana shinta said... Best Blogger Tips

woohhoo,, nice nice,,

Miss Pelicano said... Best Blogger Tips

OH! So cute! And looking forward to your patterns on etsy!

Erin said... Best Blogger Tips

What a cute little capelet! I love everything you make!

Camila F. said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh, that's really lovely!!!

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Soggy Cereal Mom said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh, my! That is super cute!

Jonathan, Rachel, Greta said... Best Blogger Tips

So cute for my 3-yr old girl and maybe the baby in the belly, too!

sherri s. said... Best Blogger Tips

So sweet! Perfect for my little grand-niece...

Hannah & Holly said... Best Blogger Tips

The caplet and the one wearing it are both so sweet!

Lisa said... Best Blogger Tips

that's really cute!!
i've liked it at:
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Patrícia Simpson ;D

Lisa said... Best Blogger Tips

that's really cute!!
i've liked it at:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=100001212495186&v=wall


Patrícia Simpson ;D

Caroline said... Best Blogger Tips

I can't get your pdf file. Has it moved?

 
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