Our gingerbread man template, or lady, is 6″ high and is ideal for childrens quilts, bags and cushions. And even to put on T shirts (photo coming soon). He/she has a little curve on one foot, just to be different, and is very easy to use with a fusible web. We have even included a small cot quilt pattern with the template. We have drawn on centre lines and have circles cut in the template for the eyes and three buttons, to make them easy to position.
69. Quilting Square Ruler: (non-slip) 10″ This Quilting Square Ruler is ideal for layer cakes, and for cutting squares across the width of the fabric. i.e. fold into 4 and cut large blocks for a quick quilt. Large numbers, non-slip, laser etched, 3mm thick and clear.
Carols Quilts Circles within Circles A set of 7 sizes of circles: 8 1/2″, 6 1/2″, 4 1/2″, 2 1/2″, 2″, 1 1/2″ and 1″. All accurately Laser cut with non-slip engraving. Never use a pot lid or plate again! Do you spend some time finding the right circles which work within each other? Our circles are exact and work well with each other. This set of circles is so useful for ad-hoc circles as required, and for creating your own circular blocks.
This Oval Templates and Circles Set includes 4 Ovals and 4 Circles, as well as one full quilt and three floral patterns. All the shapes required for the patterns are included in the set. Create a frame for a special picture or shape. Use for cushions, quilts and wall hangings.
Butterfly Template Set of 5 Free Pattern for a table runner included. 5 sizes: 9″, 7″, 5′, 3″ and 2 1/2″. The body is separate on the larger sizes so you can use different material for the body. You can also layer the wings for a 3D effect, or place the wings vertically on the body. As usual, lots of options and easy to use.
Quilting triangles, our No 1 Seller! – Squares to Triangle Tool – Easily sew Single and Double Triangle Squares
patchwork-templates-hearts-set-of-4-sizes All with crosshairs (lines both vertical and horizontal) which allow you to easily centre the heart in a block. You fold your block fabric in half, press a crease, fold again and press another crease. You use these pressed creases to align with the crosshairs on the template. The set is designed to work within each other, as shown by the picture of hearts nested together and made using raw edge applique. Very effective.