We’ve compiled this big list as an easy reference table for our crafters. Click on the column title to sort by that category.

PatternCraftPDF PatternTutorialVideoWith Thanks To
3D Hanging BagSewLink3D Hanging BagsYouTubePiccolo Studio
Animal Crate BedsSewLinkAnimal BedsJoni Freeman
Crochet NestsCrochetLink
Drawstring BackpacksSewLinkBee Roals
Hanging Bags Day/NightSewSee tutorial, different sizes availableHanging Joey BagFacebookPiccolo Studio
Hanging Possum Cubby/DreySewLinkBee Roals
Joey Pouch SetsSewSee tutorial, different sizes availableJoey PouchesJoni Freeman, Piccolo Studio
Lamb SweatersKnitLinkLamb Care Australia
Microbat Pouches & Rescue BagsSewLinkBee Roals
Porthole Hanging BagsSewSee tutorial, different sizes availableLinkBee Rolls
Possum PalacesCrochetLinkPossum Pods & PalacesMaria
Possum PodsCrochetLinkPossum Pods & PalacesMaria
Quilted NestsSewLinkTutorial at Piccolo StudioPiccolo Studio
Rescue Basket KitsSewLinkBee Roals
Scrap Yarn BlanketCrochetLinkAvalon Llewellyn

For the latest and greatest files (and bonus patterns for fundraising items), see the Facebook group’s file list.


Porthole Bags

Porthole Hanging Bags These porthole bags are great for critters small to large! There are a variety of sizes and all are needed. Download the

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Crocheted Nests

Crochet nests, along with pouches, are the ‘bread and butter’ of the ARC craft guild. We aim to provide every rescuer and veterinary clinic in

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Possum Pods & Palaces

Possums love their hidey-holes and adore these cosy homes. These are crochet patterns and we welcome knitted interpretations too. The main thing to remember with

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3D Hanging Bags

These hanging bags are loved by rescuers because they give growing joeys the freedom to come and go as they please. Joeys of all sizes

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Joey Pouches

Joey pouches keep our babies safe, warm, and secure. In Australia, any marsupial youngster is referred to as a ‘joey’. This includes baby kangaroos, wallabies,

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Animal Beds

There have been many displaced animals due to the fires and COVID-19 and Australia’s pounds and rescue organisations are full. Rescuers are taking on as

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