Need a little inspiration for your next project?
Check out our free patterns and tutorials below, and learn how to craft with Pendleton wool!
Benjamin Bunny (click for pattern) Create a cute plush bunny, using only 1/4 yard of our blanket weight jacquard, felt, and a wooly worm!
How to Apply Felt Binding (click for instructions) Learn to apply felt binding to make your own blankets, table runners, and more!
Our Favorite Apron (click for pattern) Use a blanket weight jacquard and felt binding to create the apron we wear while working at the Woolen Mill Store!
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.
Get up close and personal to a work in progress, and make an easy-to-sew tote out of Pendleton wool fabric.
Click here to watch a free class tutorial: Jacquard Tote Bag Class.
Stacy’s Origami Bag Easy steps on how to make a great little bag, perfect for travel. Tuck into a bag, or stocking for holiday time! Pro tip: Sew with Sunbrella fabric to create a posh men’s shaving kit bag.
Wool Blanket Binding
Learn to apply Pendleton’s wool binding with neat mitered corners on the fabric of your choice. Useful for making your own pillows, table runners, throws & blankets.
The Tear-able Quilt (click for instructions) 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.
Wool Selvage Crochet Rug (click for instructions)
Turn mill waste into treasure by crocheting Pendleton wool selvages (mill production scraps from their NW mills) into a thick, fluffy rug- fun for the whole family! Click here for free instructions for making our crocheted rugs: Rug Crochet
Heart-Shaped Wool Selvage Crochet Rug (click for instructions)
Once you master the basic rug, it’s not much harder to make one shaped like a heart! Use wool blanket selvage.