Retired Sewhooked Patterns

Below you will find my most popular retired patterns in no particular order.

Even though I stopped selling patterns in 2019, I would still like to try to continue to share in a way that works for me.

If you would still like one of my retired patterns, I will offer it in return for a small donation to a food bank, non-profit, or other similar charity in your area. Volunteering your time, of course, counts!

Email your receipt to me or send a photo of yourself donating or volunteering (for me only, I won’t publish or share anywhere) and I’ll gladly send the pattern in return. One pattern per donation, please.

This is my small way to use my skills to help make the world a better place while also sharing my retired patterns.

♥ Jennifer

My Favorite Things (Quilt Along)
Quirky Qwerty Alphabet – 56 Blocks to Paper Piece
Classic Film
Faux Mitered Marvel
Happy Hour, Set 1
Happy Hour Set 2
Topsy Turvy Trees
Frosted Firs
Holly Jolly block set with bonus Santa
Tree Trimming wall hanging/mini quilt
A Friendly Game
Aces High Wall Hanging / Mini-Quilt
Two Little Hooters Mini Quilt
A Little Haunted Mini Quilt to Paper Piece
Sunbonnet Sue’s Magical Friends: Fairy Tale Femmes. Includes Bonus Block “Before The Ball” (not shown)
In A Castle Quilt
Jack Leaves The Light On (Halloween Pattern)
Jack’s Lanterns (Halloween Pattern)
Monster Madness Block set with “I Want My Mummy” Bonus (5″ blocks to paper piece) Halloween/Monster Movie Set

Fanciful Fairies: Six Blocks to Paper piece (5″ finished)
Medical Themed Pattern Bundle: Heartbeat, Lab Coat, & Stethoscope
Paper Piecing Vintage Block of the Month Sampler
Ready to Play Mix & Match Pattern Set in Two sizes
All Dolled Up Mix & Match pattern set in two sizes
Runic Alphabet: The Elder Futhark
Signs Signs Signs (a paper pieced pattern)
Sir Gareth’s Dragon (paper pieced block)
Texas Six Pack: 6 Texas-themed patterns to paper piece

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4 thoughts on “Retired Sewhooked Patterns

  1. charliedisante

    In 2017 I came upon your Bunny Peeps pattern. I made a bunch and found your directions to b great!
    The small piees were challenging but they ended up sooo cute! I stuffed a few and added lavender to some.
    Anyway, Happy Easter and thanks for sharing!

  2. Brenda Terranova

    I made a Bluebird from pattern-a-day garden party blog hop April 2012. I can’t find the pattern. Could you tell me how to get it?. I can send a picture of the one I did


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