Keep your sewing patterns in place with these easy-to-make DIY sewing pattern weights. No more sliding patterns or tearing delicate paper – these weights will hold your patterns securely in place while you cut, trace, or sew. The best part? You can make them yourself with just a few simple supplies and a mix of hand & machine sewing.
This pattern includes two sizes: small (3" x 6") and large (4" x 8").
These DIY sewing pattern weights can be made with:
1/2" wide elastic straps or use matching fabric
Dried beans or rice
Needle and thread
Easy-to-follow instructions and materials included on my Blog (coming soon!) and YouTube. Quick tutorial can be found on my Tiktok and Instagram.
Suitable for all skill levels
Customizable with your choice of fabric scraps
A cost-effective and eco-friendly alternative to store-bought pattern weights
Download and print this pattern.
Gather your fabric scraps, beans or rice, and sewing supplies.
Follow the step-by-step instructions on my blog here (coming soon!) and my Youtube tutorial here (coming soon!) to sew your own pattern weights.
Use your DIY sewing pattern weights to keep your patterns in place while you work on your next sewing project. These can be a great handmade gift for your sewist friends & family too! Happy sewing!
Digital Product Specifications
This pattern is available to print on Letter & A4 paper. For the correct pattern size, make sure to set your printer settings to 'Actual Size/100%" before printing.
All Sales Final Digital Files are non returnable or refundable due to it being a downloadable file/product.
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