I reviewed Kwik Sew Organizer Patterns on Craft Test Dummies!
I definitely know a thing or two about keeping a craft room neat and tidy, so these Kwik Sew organizer patterns are right up my alley. And, since September is National Sewing Month, it’s the perfect time for a sewing pattern review!
The fine folks at Kwik Sew gave me several organizer patterns to try out when I stopped by their booth at Winter CHA. For this review, I selected the Pouch with Pincushion & Cup Organizer pattern set because it contained two projects: a cup organizer that had only a few pieces and required simple construction techniques, and a more complex pouch with a connected pincushion that included additional notions and used slightly more complex sewing skills.
If you happen to read my blog (Red-Handled Scissors), you already know that I’m not at all new to sewing. So, to keep my previous sewing experience from filling in any gaps, I took special care to follow the instructions for each project one step at a time and to execute each step exactly how it was written.
What I loved:
1. The cutting lines on the pattern sheet are easy to see, and they are easily distinguishable from the other markings that appear on each pattern piece.
2. The instruction sheet includes information on cutting out patterns, preparing fabric, making stitches, and measuring seam allowances. There’s also a clear key for reading the pattern, so you’d understand how to use it even if you’d never worked with a Kwik Sew pattern before …
Want to know more? Head over to Craft Test Dummies to read the full review!