It's really the cat's house- we just pay the mortgage!" Unknown
Jindra Katzerova of the Czech Republic made this beautiful patchworked Roly-Nester, and also the next 3 shown below. :)
Patti Brommelsiek made this cashkeeper as a gift.
These Roly-Nesters were made by Sehoy Welshofer of Tennessee. She added a ribbon tab at each zipperend to aid when opening and closing.
Check out this cool Aeropac with one vinyl pocket and one fabric pocket. Submitted by B. Acchino, NY
"I just downloaded the AeroPac and the ID Tags. They are GREAT! I just can't wait to get these started and give them away as game favors that we play on the planes or in the gate areas. I work for an Airline (Southwest) and these are wonderful gifts to be given away as prizes that we play with our customers." Jutta Haubrich
Gosh, I think I'm flying Southwest Airlines next time, how about you?!
StudioKat Designs is pleased to announce a new line of free designs, as a way of introducing you to my line of patterns. Feel free to download any or all of these patterns and use them as many times as you like. I think you'll find they make nice little gifts for friends, teachers, and family. I hope you'll like them enough to tell your friends, or better yet, it might inspire you to try one of my purse patterns. (But--- please don't ask me if you can sell items that you make from my free designs. We've had a long-standing policy of posting these patterns free of charge. We have never profitted from them and we are respectfully asking that no one else profit from them either.)
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StudioKat Designs 137 S. Hemingway Ct. Advance,
My complete "Bags with
Panache" line of patterns are available on this website. Simply
click on the "Buy a Pattern" button, buy your favorite pattern, and
start creating art-to-wear for yourself.
Hear ye! Hear ye! We have crowned a NEW "Nesting Queen"
Queen Rebecca Aitken of Fairview Heights, IL successfully tossed Sherry Ray of Daingerfield, TX off her throne on March 13th, 2009, by making an unbelievable set of TWENTY Roly-Nesters.
Just in case you're wondering, Rebecca is pictured with her little princess, Elizabeth! (She's the one with the bow in her hair!). Rebecca says Elizabeth LOVES stacking the Nesters and playing with the zippers.
And here they are! I still can't believe Rebecca managed to nest them all inside each other. I think they're fantastic!
Think you have what it takes to knock Rebecca off her throne? Then read on...!
Accept the "Nesting Queen" Challenge.
FIRST- Adjust the Roly-Nester instructions to make additional Roly-Nesters, either smaller, larger, or BOTH. (There are no rules about the size of the Roly-Nesters, BUT, They MUST all nest inside one another... like those cool Russian dolls.)
Second- Send in 3 digital pictures.
a picture of YOU (with or without a crown)
a picture of your Roly's unzipped, & nested inside one another. (like my photo on the left)
a picture of your Roly's lined up side by side, un-nested.
If you've made more Roly-Nesters than the current "Queen",(currently that would be ONE set of TEN or more "nesters"), then YOU will be declared the "Nesting Queen", and be pictured here with your "subjects", until someone beats your mark, and knocks YOU off!
A word about COPYRIGHT
Please repay my kindness in offering the "free stuff" on this site, with the kindness of respecting the following guidelines.
1) I invite you to print out the information on these "Free Pattern" pages for your personal use.
2) You are free to refer your friends to my site so that they can print out their own copies, BUT...
3) Please do NOT reproduce and distribute your copies without my permission - that is a violation of my copyright.
4) If you want to copy and distribute my work to other people, (including class handouts and reprinting in other publications), you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and explain your situation.