Customer Reviews

What Our Customers Said

I am delighted when a customer contacts me and shows what they've created from an AppleGreen Cottage pattern. Thank you! Here are a few images - I love them!

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Last week, Ilse from Sew Sew Ilse reviewed my pattern. I love her version of the Round Basket, it's absolutely adorable! And it goes so well with the other gift she's sewn - a perfect combo! Make sure to visit her blog Sew Sew Ilse and find out what it was!

'An adorable gift that you'll be excited to give. ' Sarah Wallace.

Another version of the Round fabric Basket I fell in love with: made by Sarah, visit her at Bumble And Bandit where she posts adorable things!

Sewn by Rachelle at That's Sew Venice. What a cute make! ❤️ Check out That's Sew Venice and see for yourself!


photo credits: Trudi Lockhart
'Cute as a button and holds more than you might think.' Trudy Lockhart, Pattern Tester

Sewn by Tandy Smedberg, find her on IG at @Designersmed.


zip pocket coin purse
'It ‘s really cute and was easy to make.' Sandra A.


photo credits: Quilty Obsession

'The fabric gift bags were a success! Such a quick and clever pattern from @applegreencottage.'
Deidra, Quilty Obsession

'Easy to understand directions
I am no expert seamstress by any means. But not quite a beginner. I have never made a bag before but wanted to make some for all the kids in my lives for birthdays and Halloween bags, etc. so I printed the pattern pieces which are super easy to understand how to put together. The instructions include pictures and really are step by step. From cutting to pinning to sewing this pattern took me less than a half hour the first time through, and now it's much quicker. Very simple, super cute. A beginner could definitely make these bags and they are easy to modify if you want to make the bags bigger or whatever, it's a super simple process.'
Krisinthekitchen on Craftsy

'Neat idea for a gift bag.
I bought this especially for the technique of the box corners. I have used the pattern as instruction but also have made bags out of some mid-century pillow shams that I had in my stash. They worked out great also.'
Phyllis on Craftsy

'Easy and versatile
I have used this pattern many times. Easy pattern, sews up fast, and you can easily adjust it to make any size you like.'
Nori on Craftsy


Caroline made her own, beautiful Teya bag and presented it on her blog:

photo credits: SewCanShe
 'Damjana's excellent pattern has so many step by step photos I don't know how anyone could make a mistake (unless they decided not to read them, lol). I've never used this technique for an inset zipper panel before and it turned out just lovely!'

'There are pockets all over the inside and outside of this tote, yay! And cute hardware to make an adjustable strap too.'
Caroline, owner at SewCanShe


'Super pattern
I love the patern,easy to sew. made it as gifts for friends and family, they LOVE it. everyone who recieve it say that its the perfect diaper clutch.'
sarit8253156, user on Craftsy

photo credits: Beginner, user on Craftsy

'Easy to follow instructions
I enjoyed making this nappy clutch, it was made for my daughter's teacher as her end of year Thankyou gift. I added a pouch on the outside as well for a phone or any added things plus a spring clip on the handle so it can attach to a 'D' ring on her nappy bag. Also made a matching change mat to go with it. Pros: Beginner Friendly, Pattern Quality'
Beginner, user on Craftsy

Ultimate Diaper Clutches made by Sew What?

'Great pattern
I bought this to make for my daughter as she has recently had a baby boy. She loves it and I really enjoyed making it!...'
Madwomanlace, user on Craftsy

photo Credits: Sue Ann

"I made this clutch as a custom order for a customer I had. The instructions were easy to follow for an amateur like me. I loved it and I will definitely look through and buy more patterns in the future if I need them!" says Sue Ann


photo credits: Mae Designs

'Just What I Needed
This is such a cute little bin for anything. When I saw this pattern I fell in love with it, I just HAD to own it. My daughter has already claimed one for herself so I have to make at least few more for her and myself as well. It'll be a perfect ORT "Jar" (Bin) for my CrossStitching. The pattern was so easy to read and make. Highly recommend.'
Maja, Mae Designs

photo credits: That's Sew Venice
'Adorable bins, great for gifts

These little bins are adorable, and a great scrap buster.  The first one took about 45 mins, from printing to pressing.  I had to print it out, tape it together, and read through the directions, choose fabric, and sew it up.  The next ones went a lot faster.'

Rachelle, ThatsSewVenice


photo credits: Tove Edens
'Beautiful photos in instructions
I just finished making one for my 5 yr old granddaughter to carry coins to school for various things (book fair, bake sale etc.). It was a fast and easy project. The little coin purse is fastened to the inside of her backpack to a small loop using a camp/belt clip. Being made of cotton, the coin purse is totally machine washable and dryable...'
Tove Edens on Craftsy

photo credit: Felicity Ann
'Triangle Purse for Kids!
This is a great idea and pattern for making little coin purses for kids! I've made loads so far!! I was looking for a coin purse I could make for boys and they certainly love this one. I put a lobster clip on the side so that it can clip on to school bags. I also adapted the top as I found the zip tabs a bit fiddly in such a small item. Overall definitely 5 stars for the idea and the pattern!'
Felicity Ann

photo credits: Marianne Cant

' It's a darling design and I think I'll be making lots more!'
Marianne Cant at PicPerFic Fluff'N'Stuff

About LEA Fabric Bin

'Easy to make and looks great. 

I purchased this awhile ago, and am very happy I have made a few as gifts.'
Anonymous on Craftsy


'Great fitting Earwarmer Headband
After studying the free Baby Earwarmer Headband design, I purchased the multi-sized pattern. It is a well fitting Earwarmer Headband. I've now made 8, one for myself as a tester then one for each of the grandchildren. The kids love them and often wear the band on cold winter mornings under their winter toque to ensure their ears are covered while waiting for their school busses. I dislike wearing anything on my head but this band is truly an ear-saver on the frosty mornings, it fully covers the ears and forehead.'
ToveEdens on Craftsy

'Great item for the coast :)
Expect these will be in many holiday gift packages this year'
Crafter22 on Craftsy