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    **travel iron tote/caddy pad pattern

    Has anyone made one of these? If so was it hard? I want to make one, but can't find a pattern here locally and don't want to pay shipping. I was going to try to wing it.
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    Those r cute!!

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    Have you seen the octagonal table toppers in Nancy's Notions? Seems very similar. You could probably figure it out by 6" squares and triangles. Take a look at the pic in NN.

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    One of the members here, AndiR, posted a photo of her finished project of this. In the post she mentions that she has a blog. I'm not sure how to reference her post, except to say to go to her profile, her posts, and check out her 12/5/11 post, Too Hot to Handle.
    What a really cute project!!!!

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    Ooo! That is cute & I bought one of those irons that I haven't even opened yet!

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    Check out the site "You Can do This" and I think there is a free one on there. I printed it off for my files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanamoms View Post
    Check out the site "You Can do This" and I think there is a free one on there. I printed it off for my files.
    Do you know the website addy? I googled it and came up with nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2 View Post
    Thanks a bunch!!!
    How or where can I get the measurements to make this caddy tote. Is there a free pattern I could download

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    Where can I download a free pattern for the caddy pat

    Where can I download a free pattern or measurements for the caddy pad pattern

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    Hi where did you find the site for the caddy pad pattern. I am trying to download a free pattern if there is one. I travel to classes and this caddy would work great for my little hot iron. thanks for you help ricketr

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    Did you find this web site? It sounds like a good one and I'd like to visit it!
    thanks!

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    I would also like to make one of these on my own. I was able to find the website. However, it does not deal with sewing or patterns. Can anyone help with finding a free pattern for a travel iron caddy.
    Charlene

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    Awe, how cute!
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    Not sure if you managed to find a free pattern but here is a link to a U tube site that shows the folding and positioning of the loops and buttons on the caddy.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfU8JBS3l54

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    They are really cute
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    Type into Google travel iron tote/caddy pad pattern and a whole page of sources comes up. The first one is a Bernina site that offers the pattern. I did not go any further.

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    http://www.janeansbernina.com/_fileC..._IRON_TOTE.pdf
    This is the one you show in your post and the pdf has all info.

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    no they are not hard to make

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    I purchased the pattern but haven't made it yet.

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    I don't have the pattern but bought one from a lady in my local guild who was selling them for a fund raiser. I love having it but will caution you about one thing: the table I had it on was showing wear from the heat of the iron. Seems they don't protect as well as they should. Just be careful where you put it.

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    janeansbernina.com/filecabinet/travel_iron_tote.pdf

    This will take you to a free PDF of the pattern you are looking for

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    I think the website mentioned earlier is called you can make this. com. They have all kinds of projects. It is a fun site. They do have a section of free patterns, quite a few really. Don't know if they have the iron caddy or not. I bought the pattern at LQS which included the reflective fabric. I think it cost about 15.00, altogether. Actually for me, it was kind of tricky to make and I did have to look on youtube to figure out how to fold it up and fasten it. I probably shouldn't admit that, but it is true

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    Free Iron Tote Pattern

    tricountyquilters.weebly.com/uploads/3/0/2/4/3024945/iron_caddytote.pdf

    This will take you to a pdf for the instructions and pattern for the iron tote caddy.

    The last address I gave when I went back and looked at it, I realized it only gave instructions for a class you could buy. Sorry about that.

    This site I double checked before posting, and it does have the pattern for free.
    Last edited by CraftDoctocr; 05-28-2015 at 03:12 PM.

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    I felt the same way. I found one when we were on vacation. Stop it to some quilt shops on your next car trip and you may find one.

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