Free Patterns

Fun for Free with Free Patterns

Need a little inspiration for your next project? Check out our free patterns and tutorials below, and learn how to craft with Pendleton wool!  Just click on the title of each project to open the pattern, and print out at home!


Silly Seal (click for pattern, new tab)

You can sew a stuffed seal using only 1/2 yard of our Pendleton Eco-Wise Wool! Stuffed animals are always a great gift! Note: pattern is printed on 11×17 inch paper.

A toy stuffed seal made of grey Pendleton Eco-Eise Wool

 


Benjamin Bunny (click for pattern, new tab)

Create a cute plush bunny, using only 1/4 yard of our blanket weight jacquard, felt, and a wooly worm!

front view of stuffed toy rabbit made with striped Pendleton wool fabric

back view of striped rabbit--tail is made from wooly worm

 

How to Apply Felt Binding (click for instructions, new tab)

Learn to apply felt binding to make your own blankets, table runners, and more!

A basket of felt binding--a rainbow of color choices!

 

Our Favorite Apron (click for pattern, new tab)

Use a blanket weight jacquard and felt binding to create the apron we wear while working at the Woolen Mill Store!

234aa-apron

 

Fastest Bag in the West (click for pattern, new tab)

Make a quick and easy lined bag out of blanket weight jacquard! You can use all sorts of fun buttons as a closure.

3c38d-fastestbaginthewest

 

The Tear-able Quilt (click for instructions, new tab)

Create this beautiful quilt using our wool fat quarters. Pendleton fabric is always on grain, so we can make perfect strips for the quilt by tearing.

4f5cd-tearablequilt

 


Wool Selvage Crochet Rug (click for instructions, new tab)

It’s easy and fast to crochet a thick and cozy rug out of wool blanket selvage.

Crocheted round rug made with Pendleton scrap wool

 

Heart-Shaped Wool Selvage Crochet Rug (click for instructions, new tab)

Once you master the basic rug, it’s not much harder to make one shaped like a heart! Use wool blanket selvage.

heart-shaped rag rug made with Pendleton wool scraps

 



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