Wood Carrier PDF Pattern
Note: This is a digital (PDF) pattern.
Use this carrier to bring firewood to your fireplace in style! This would make an excellent gift for anyone who burns wood and perfect for using around a campsite. A contrast bottom provides extra durability while the buckle keeps your firewood contained.
- buckle helps keep things secure
- double layer base provides extra durability
Skill Level: Beginner
Finished Dimensions: Approximately 19” [48.3 cm] wide x 18” [45.7 cm] tall, folded flat in half
Materials needed: See image for list.
Recommended Fabrics: Waxed Canvas (10-12 oz. weight) for Exterior and Accent fabric.
* Additional fabric is required if using directional fabric.
Additional supplies + tools: Polyester thread, water-soluble pen/tailor’s chalk, cutting mat, ruler, rotary cutter, size 14 or 16 denim or Microtex needle
Featured Fabrics are waxed canvas from AL Frances Textiles.
For Digital (PDF) Pattern:
Download (and SAVE) the pattern file to your computer.
You will have 9 download attempts, keep in mind each time you open to view the file counts as an attempt.
This PDF pattern provides rotary cutting instructions/measurements (metric & imperial) with NO pattern pieces to print (yay for saving time and paper!). It includes detailed step-by-step instructions and professional illustrations.
The file is and instant download. Please be sure to check the email address you entered at checkout, the instant download link will be sent to that email address. After purchase is complete you will also be redirected to a page with the download link.
Sell finished items! You (the purchaser of this pattern) can sell finished items made using this pattern (on a home-based scale), credit to Anna Graham/ www.noodle-head.com is appreciated!
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