Welcome to my Miscellaneous and Everyday pattern page!  The place to find original patterns by Becky Putney!

Don't forget to mention MulberryMemories as your pattern source!

Also, bookmark this site as I am currently working on E Patterns!  EPatterns are sent through email for you to print!

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#8051

Primitive, Country, and Folk-Art Hearts Pattern!

You get 6 different heart patterns for just the right touch!

You get all my hints and tips on how to make the perfect heart and decorating ideas too!

Rated Easy

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#8052

Primitive, Folk-art Celestial Sun, Moon, and Stars PATTERN!

You get the templates and instructions for all the shapes in the picture as well as tips and tricks and staining techniques!

Rated Med.

 

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#8048

6" Country Cinnamon Rolls Pattern!

Comes with enough icing for 1 roll .

If you are purchasing the email pattern, you can buy more 'icing' sticks on my supplies page!

Rated Easy!

 

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If you need more icing sticks, see my supplies page!

 

 

#8067

Beautiful Handmade Fabric Roses!

These are so perfect for so many projects and so easy, I decided to share my technique with you!

They are great for Mother's Day, Spring, Summer, and lots of other occasions so I added it to my Miscellaneous Catagory!


With minimal supplies, and NO SEWING required, you can create beautiful roses, the colors are your choice,  on long stems or vase size, in a matter of minutes!

In the pattern, you get complete step by step instructions on how to form several stages of the rose, how to paint, complete list of supplies needed, the color picture to use as a guide, and as a bonus, my staining and dying techniques page!

These are great for use in lamps, swags for that cottage look, garlands, wreaths, for a vase, or even wrapped up as long stems for a wonderful Mother's Day gift!

 

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#8064

Primitive Saltbox House Lamp and ornies!

 

I have made this wonderfully prim saltbox house lamp for the past year and decided to share the pattern with you!! 

 

You can make just the houses to use on wreaths, in bowls, on swags or for plant pokes and much more, or make the lamp for a great touch to any home!

 

You get full instructions, step-by-step, with tips and techniques, the templates, the supplies list, all the

instructions on how to paint!

 I also will add my staining and grunging instruction page with each pattern!

 

The house pattern makes 4" and 5" tall saltbox house ornies.

For the lamp you get a list of all the supplies needed!


Rated: Easy

 

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#8065

These Raggedy Ann type ornies are just perfect for all your decorating and crafting needs!  You can make them for your craft shows, websites, even EBAY, but PLEASE mention MULBERRYMEMORIES as your pattern source!

They are made from scraps of muslin, I like to use tea dyed muslin, and are about 4" wide.

The faces are painted and they have stitched on yarn hair bunches!

They are soooo fast and easy!

 

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#8079

Primitive Seasons Prairie Church Dolls!

Pattern/epattern

You can easily make these little seasonal church dolls out of scraps of fabric you have laying around.

The dolls are made, one for each season, from muslin and little prints you have with very little sewing and some painting involved and that's it!

Each doll has a seasonal item in the pocket of their apron.

They are 6" tall.

In the pattern you get complete instructions on how to make each doll and the accessory, plus the pattern templates, painting instructions, a beautiful color photo to use as a guide, and my special staining instructions sheet!

 

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#8080

Life like Oranges, Lemons, Bananas,

and Slices Pattern!

Make these realistic looking fruits from plain muslin fabric you have around the house!

In the pattern you get complete painting and sewing instructions. I offer you all my hints and tips on how to get a realistic looking piece of fruit!

You also get my staining instructions!

Pattern is rate Med. difficulty.

Available in epattern format or paper mailed. Just use the drop down and choose your preference.

 

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#8061


Jump into summer with these 10" whimsical, folk art, country prim painted fabric chickens!

This is an original design by my craftin' buddy, Julie Wallace, (EbayID:antbuntie), and the first of her new patterns offered to you by Mulberrymemories!

In the pattern, you get complete, step-by-step instructions on how to make and paint the chickens!  I have included Julie's special painting techniques along with suggestions, and tips for success with this pattern!

You get a template page, complete list of supplies, and I even included my staining and grunging techniques page in case you want to prim these up some more, plus the color photo to use as a guide!

 You can make these to sell at your craft shows, websites, even EBAY, but PLEASE do not sell the pattern and please mention MulberryMemories as your pattern source! Thanks!

This pattern is fairly easy, but I rate it as Medium, for the somewhat experienced seamstress as it has some intricate sewing~ but it's not hard!

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