Father’s Day is this Sunday! Are you ready? If you’re still looking for ideas or maybe just something fun for the kiddos to do, maybe these templates will help!
I originally designed the fishing and golf ones for some of my students that were graduating. I used them to make a 12″ x 12″ quilted block.
It was unfinished, i.e. had no backing or binding. This was so it could be used as a block in a memory quilt, made into a pillow, or just framed. Unfortunately, I don’t have any pictures of them! Hopefully I’ll be able to recreate at a later date and share with ya’ll!
Later on I realized these would make great Father’s Day templates! I added a gamer one, because I know not every dad likes fishing or golf.
The links for templates are below, but here’s a few things to remember:
- The gray dots on the 12″ x 12″ pages are to help align the pages, not part of the design.
- Print to “actual size”, do not scale.
- These are from my sketches and I didn’t use any design software. I’m sure you’ll be able to tell!
6″ x 6″ Templates
12″ x 12″ Templates
You can really do just about anything with these templates!
- Make a quilt block
- Print and color
- Use for embroidery
- Make a card
- Make a scrapbook page, like this one:
Maybe not the best scrapbook page, but ya’ll I did that in less than 20 minutes, just to have an example! Trying to make up for not having pics of my quilted blocks! 😉 I used Elmer’s glue for the fishing line and some craft wire to make the hook.
I would love to see anything created with these patterns! Please share with me on teadoddles facebook! Leave any questions or comments below!
Patterns by Kristie Cook 2016. Please do not redistribute this post or pattern, rather link back to the original post. Anything made from the pattern is fine to sell, again, just link back to the original post. Thanks!