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Each applique is embellished with embroidery stitches. I've given you instructions for hand applique and hand quilting. If you prefer to machine quilt or machine applique, that's fine too. Fleece (which can be found in the "by the yard" interfacing section at the fabric store, is used for the inner layer. If you prefer craft batting, you can use that instead as well. I like the fleece because I like the flatter look.
I've given you very easy instructions and illustrations to hand applique the pieces to the fabric before putting this item together. Of course if you like to machine applique instead, no problem!
I've made my patterns very easy to read and understand. I give you a complete list of everything you will need to complete the project. I've broken everything down into step by step instructions and have included LOTS of full color photos and illustrations.
Fabric (100% cotton fabric - 44/45” wide)
• Fabric A - 1/4 yard (background)
• Fabric B - 1/3 yard (binding, sashing, corner squares)
• Fabric C - 1/8 yard (border squares)
• Fabric D - 1/8 yard (border squares)
• Fabric E - 1/2 yard (backing)
Applique Fabrics (100% cotton fabric)
• Small scraps of various fabrics
1/3 yard Heat N Bond Lite Fusible Webbing
1/2 yard (cut to 17” x 23” piece) of fleece interfacing (I used Pellon)
~If you prefer more “puff” you can use quilt batting instead
Sewing and quilting thread to match fabrics
Embroidery floss to match applique fabrics
5” to 7” embroidery hoop(s), scissors, pins, needles (embroidery, sewing, quilting), paper & pencil, cardstock (for printing applique pattern pieces, optional), iron & ironing board, sewing machine,
measuring tape, cutting mat with ruler & rotary cutter (optional but extremely helpful), thimble if hand quilting
You can use my patterns for personal use and to make things that you sell from your website, online shops, and craft shows.
All photos were taken by me, and all illustrations, pattern pieces, and instructions were created by me. You can not redistribute the pattern, images, or photos in any way. You also can not claim the finished item as your own design.