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Most of these patterns are by Feed Dog Designs, with the occasional vintage pattern thrown in.

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I’m not a programmer, but I play one in this section.

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Get your inkjets going with these printables.

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Download this free pattern for a heart, the perfect shape for trying out appliqué techniques.

Free appliqué pattern for a pig with cuts of pork marked out.

Instructions for my Composition Book Needle Case appear in the Summer 2013 issue of Stitch. This file includes the printable labels, set up for efficient printing on 4" × 6" sheets of printable fabric. If you’re using letter-size printable fabric, the version available on Stitch’s website may be more convenient.

Link my Solids by Manufacturer library to your EQ7 Fabric Library to design with a wide range of actual solid fabric swatches instead of the built-in, computer-generated solids. Get more info on how to use the library (and why you’d want to) in my guest post on the EQ blog.

This pincushion was originally designed to use AccuQuilt GO dies, but the downloadable “recipe card” here includes templates so you can make a pincushion whether you have the dies or not.

Feeling British? Stitch up a mini jam sponge with felted jam and cream. Staying Stateside? Make a Swiss roll cake. Can’t decide? Make both!

Get your car paperwork in order with this free bonus pattern from the Fall 2011 issue of Stitch.

Sew a box to hold CDs or fat quarters.

Print on fabric for your own versions of my discharge-dyed snowflake fabrics.

Three patterns for appliqué or embroidery: a snowman, a melting snowman, and a naughty snowman using a hairdryer to melt the latter!

Stitch up some shrooms with this pair of vintage block patterns.

EQ6 is great quilt-design software, but it’s skimpy on key commands. Download this script to add several useful key commands to the program.

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