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Complete a rectangle in minutes...

Steps of the Weavette
Scrunchie from Weavettes

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Weavette Pattern Book

As seen in Martha Stewart Living

In a matter of minutes—about twenty—you'll have a small swatch, and soon another and another. Stitch the pieces together to create a cozy blanket, a warm winter scarf, or a fragrant sachet. There are numerous possibilities—and they all begin in the palm of your hand. 

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MARTHA STEWART LIVING MAGAZINE

PROJECT IDEAS

Patchwork Pillow From Weavettes

Patchwork Pillow

To create the front side of this 18-inch by 18-inch pillow, weave twenty-five 4-inch squares in your choice of yarn. Sew them together to make the patchwork pattern. For the backside, use a 20-inch by 20-inch  fabric square that compliments your yarn colors.

Weavette Phone Case

Phone Pouch

Stitch two 4x6 rectangles back-to-back. Stitch the ends and back seam. To add a zipper, sew the zipper to a long side of each swatch; then stitch the remaining sides together with yarn. 

Tissue Box From Weavettes

Tissue Box

Weave five 6-inch squares. On a sewing machine, sew four squares together side-by-side, allowing for a 1/2-inch seam (use pins to hold swatches in place). Sew two ends together to form a tube. "Miter" seam allowance at each top corner. Cut remaining square into two rectangles; sew a zigzag stitch along cut edges of both. To form top, sew on both rectangles (allow for a 1/2-inch seam) so edges create a slit for dispensing tissues.

Curious about how Weavettes work?

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