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I've given you very easy instructions and illustrations to hand applique the pieces to the fabric before putting this item together. If you prefer to machine applique, you can have this whipped up in no time flat! You can machine quilt or hand quilt. I also show you how to arrange your appliques and make a rod pocket if you plan to hang it on a wall.
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 illustrations. The pattern pieces are very crisp and neatly drawn using a computer program.
Personal & commercial use
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 or quilt batting
Sewing and quilting thread to match fabrics
Embroidery floss to match applique fabrics
Small dots of fabric paint was used to create the eyes
If you will be using the machine applique method, you will
also need a stabilizer for the back of your fabric.
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, marking pen or pencil
All patterns, appliques, images, photos, and illustrations were created and/or designed by me. I own all rights to this pattern and the images with it. You may use this pattern to create items for your personal use and to sell from your website, online shops, and craft shows. You can not claim the finished item as your design or redistribute the pattern or its images in any way.