Tailor’s Ham


There’s nothing like sewing your own sewing supplies, and a Tailor’s Ham is arguably one of the most useful pressing tools a sewer (or anyone who likes to iron) can own.

They are quick and easy to make and you can use those small but pretty pieces of fabric from your stash that you have no idea what to do with. Oh, and using fabric scraps to stuff them with make these the perfect in-between project for the conscious sewer.

Download the pattern then head on over to my blog for the full tutorial on how to put these together.


This is a free pattern that is under a creative commons license. This pattern is for personal home use only, it is not for commercial or manufacturing purposes. Thanks!