FREEBIE August Printable
FOR A TUTORIAL ON HOW TO USE PRINTABLE FABRIC SHEETS, DOWNLOAD THE MARCH FREEBIE (CLICK HERE)!!!
You can also find the tutorial on our Tutorials page.
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These are free printables that coordinate with our TWBT08 August Dog Days pattern from the Little Quilts Monthly Table Topper Series. These graphics are the same size as our other monthly freebies, so you can substitute any of these printables, or ANY of the monthly freebies, and use them to make the same projects. Instructions are given for making a drawstring backpack using the large graphic. Use the small graphic with our February Drawstring Bag pattern to make adorable take-home "doggy bags".
This free download is for INDIVIDUAL USE ONLY. The pattern may not be sold. It's simply for our customers to use and enjoy... for FREE! You may make FINISHED PROJECTS to use as fundraisers, or to sell at small crafts fairs/shows, as long as you include information with each product sold that says the original design/graphic was designed by Kelly Mueller of The Wooden Bear. Quilt shops are allowed to sell kits for these projects, and may include the pattern with the kit, as long as the pattern is not sold individually.
Here is a link to the cotton fabric sheets I like to use from The Electric Quilt Company. https://electricquilt.com/online-shop/inkjet-fabric/
Use any of the monthly freebie graphics to make this pillow ornament!
(See the December freebie for instructions.)
CHECK OUT THESE SEPTEMBER PROJECTS FOR SOME MORE INSPIRATION!
(These graphics are the same size, so you can substitute the ANY of the monthly freebie printables and use them to make the same projects.)
Print the graphics to printable magnet sheets, and stick to your fridge, filing cabinet, or other metal objects! You can also print them to printable sticker sheets.
Print to CLEAR window clings, and add it to windows and mirrors! This one was hard to photograph. The picture doesn't do it justice! You could also cut the "cutout" graphics to sticker sheets and magnet sheets, and even vinyl sheets.
Print the larger graphics to printable heat transfer material for dark fabrics and iron to a towel, a bag, or anything you wish.