10 Tissue Holder Patterns
A collection of the best free Tissue Holder Patterns & Tutorials on the web
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Always press your pattern pieces before laying them onto your fabric. And use a dry iron at a very low
setting – just warm enough to press the wrinkles out. You don’t want to risk scorching the tissue paper.

Tip #2: When you turn a corner right side out, the seam at the corner is subject to stress as you poke it out.
Therefore, when stitching the corner of a fabric that ravels easily, reinforce it either by adding another row of
stitching or by changing to a very fine stitch.

Note: If a project below includes a printable pattern, you’ll see a “p” next to its title. If a project doesn’t include
a pattern template, it likely consists of simple fabric shapes (like squares and rectangles) that you can easily
measure and cut yourself. And note that some projects may be designed for a specific type of sewing machine.
However, if a project you like calls for, say, complex embroidery stitches and you have just a simple zigzag
machine, you can try experimenting with a satin stitch, hand-embroidering a design, or adding purchased
embellishments instead.
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Tissue Pouch
So Sew Something
Felt Tissue Pouch
Crafts Unleashed
Tissue Cover
A Spoonful of Sugar
Rick Rack Tissue
The Cottage Mama
Travel Tissue
Two Brown Birds