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Zero Waste Pouffe PDF Pattern


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Save every scrap of fabric from going to landfill with the Zero Waste Pouffe. Designed to store all of your fabric waste as well as look great for your home. You’ll be happy to know you’re upcycling your offcuts and old toiles to create something beautiful and useful.

You can use the pouffe as a ‘bin’ while you save up your fabric scraps. When it’s full, simply zip it up. You’ll find the zip useful for topping the pouffe up over time when the fabric slowly compresses through use.

Dimensions: Height = 30cm, Width = 46cm

Skill level: Suitable for all levels 

You can search instagram for customer makes with the hashtag #mszerowastepouffe

Construction techniques: Piping, inserting a zip, baste stitches

Suitable fabrics: We recommend working with heavier fabrics to ensure durability and create a good structure. This will be a piece for your home so think carefully about what colour and texture will suit the setting the most. The pouffe is only sustainable if you like it enough to use it for years, so fabric choice is crucial.

Fabric requirements: 

Fabric width 150cm - 100cm

Fabric width 110cm - 150cm

Materials list: Self fabric, closed end zip roughly 18cm long, 300cm of piping string approximately 7mm thick, thread in a colour of your choice

Pages to print: Instructions - 5 , A4/US Letter - 24, A0 - 1

Customer Reviews

Based on 47 reviews
Sharron Rawson

Burda Style Sewing Pattern Pants

Bob woven pants Had to redraft

The quality of the paper was excellent.
I don't know about the smaller sizes, but the larger ones were not like the picture. They ballooned out like crazy from the top and didn't seem drafted for the proportion changes that come with larger size. I could have put on my wig and nose, hopped on a unicycle and had a day under the big top.
Lucky I did a test fit with calico.

I had to do a tiny full derrière adjustment as the back crotch length was just a little shy.

I took huge amounts out of the top and top leg to bring them back to the gentle curve in the picture that seems like it should curve out most in the mid and lower leg area. I also had to redraft the bottom leg and ankle somewhat - it was way too wide.

It ended up being good, but the amount of work required to get them right was prodigious. I could have just drafted them from scratch to be honest, with the amount of work. I'm reluctant to try other larger sizes patterns from here now, not for me!

Workers trousers

I am looking forward to making these trousers, I love the style and shape of them

Orinda Wells

Easy to use

Lesley Stewart
Pattern hard copy

Easy clear instructions to follow
Dresses turned lovely
Prompt delivery


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