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Uppercase Alphabet Applique Designs by Precious Patterns

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Author Precious Patterns
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by Ford, Valen
on September 25th, 2014

“Super easy, super cute. The patterns downloaded quickly and was easy to trace onto fabric cut out and stitch on a T- shirt or any other decorative or clothing item.

Val Ford,”

The uppercase alphabet appliqués are fun and easy to make. They include the 26 letters of the alphabet plus a small star and heart that can be used to embellish your designs, like the t-shirts. Sizes of letters vary but the average size is 2 1/4” wide by 3 3/4” tall. The size of the uppercase letters coordinates well with our lowercase alphabet letters which are sold in a separate pattern. You can enlarge or reduce the letters to make them any size you’d like. Use the letters to appliqué words on t-shirts, tote bags, pillowcases, etc. Cotton print fabrics were used for appliqués on sample t-shirts. The alphabet is fun for girls and boys!

Instructions are given to sew a machine straight stitch around the appliqué letters. Other options would be to sew a machine zig zag or satin stitch around the edges. If you don’t have a sewing machine, you can embroider the blanket stitch or sew a running stitch by hand around the edges of the appliqué pieces.

THIS PDF E-PATTERN INCLUDES: full size patterns for the uppercase alphabet, materials list, detailed instructions written in English and clear step-by-step photographs.

*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for alphabet appliques. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

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-Light to medium weight fabrics for appliqués
-Double sided iron-on fusible web – (Lite Steam-A-Seam 2 Fusible Web by The Warm Company was used for sample appliqués but any fusible web for fabric will work fine)
-Sewing thread (or embroidery floss) – color that coordinates with fabrics – a color that is a little darker than the fabric, looks nice

by Ford, Valen
on September 25th, 2014

Super easy, super cute. The patterns downloaded quickly and was easy to trace onto fabric cut out and stitch on a T- shirt or any other decorative or clothing item.

Val Ford,

by c. bakke
on August 4th, 2014

Very cute and super easy to use!

by CustomCreations
on August 21st, 2013

LOVE It, use the letters all the time for various projects!

by institches
on August 5th, 2013

I really like this font; the proportions make it easy to use on a variety of projects.

by Gunn, Kristin
on June 30th, 2013

I have used this appliqué pattern over and over along with the lower case! I love it! I'm a novice sewer and this pattern has lots of great tips!

by L. Hoffman
on April 26th, 2013

Fun and easy pattern!

by Tiffanyann714
on January 7th, 2013

Excellent instructions!

by Philley, Beth
on December 10th, 2012

cute

by Murray, Carrie
on April 27th, 2012

Great font!

by Schlachter, Amy
on April 17th, 2012

Awesome font! I use it constantly when personalizing items. It's definitely my go to font.

by Southworth, Melisa
on March 21st, 2012

Love this font!! I use these everyday!!

by cromley, devon
on January 28th, 2012

Easy to follow!

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