Are you a Foundation Paper Piecing fanatic? Want to learn FPP? The Pouch of the Month Club from Jittery Wings gives you access to a new foundation paper piecing pattern each month for less than purchasing the pattern individually. Pattern designs are whimsical and can usually be completed in an hour or so. Each month includes directions for how to incorporate the finished pattern into a simple zip pouch you can keep, sell or give as a gift. You could also save them to be saved used for a quilt at the end of the year….or go ahead and make more than one. No judgement (wink).
Some patterns will be sold separately for $5.00+, so by subscribing you are saving a lot throughout JANUARY TO JUNE of the year. You will also have access to some patterns that will not be sold separately. Each month you will gain access to the new pattern on the 1st before it is available for single purchase. First pattern will release on January 1st, 2019. Last pattern download access will be June of 2019. If you would like the full year, please see the full year subscription here.
You have access to patterns forever. Due to the nature of downloads they may not be returned or refunded. The full cost for the year’s club fee is paid up front. There will be no additional fees during the year. You may choose not to renew the subscription for the following year, but it may not be cancelled. Renewals are not automatic. They are all manual, so your card will not be charged again without your action.
ABOUT THE PATTERNS:
This purchase is for PDF Downloads of patterns. Not printed patterns. You will receive an account with ongoing access to your downloads.
The patterns are all the same size (8″).
The pattern designs are (mostly) a mystery, but I will, on occasion post a teaser! So be on the look out on Social Media for those. They will be sold separately for $5.00, so by subscribing you are saving a lot throughout the year.
January is the Crooked Snowman. June is the Dragonfly.
This is a great gift for a friend…an excuse to get together each month and sew! What could be better?!?!