PDF Digital Sewing Pattern - Make an Applique Beach Hut Picture with Templates (To be downladed)

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This listing is for an electronic PDF pattern, which can be downloaded once purchased. (A printed version is also available from my shop if preferred).

Practise your glue stick appliqué with this fun row of beach huts that can be sewn onto just about anything and it's a great way to use up those scraps! Recreate that seaside feeling by using a mix of vintage florals, candy stripes, checks and spots.

The project can be framed to make a pretty picture, or start adding beach huts to bags or soft furnishings. Instructions are also included for turning the project into a colourful draught excluder.

The PDF pattern comes in 3 parts, (so you don't need to print it all if you don't need to). All measurements given are in both metric and imperial.

Part 1 - Pattern instructions including how to make a draught excluder (6 pages)
Part 2 - The title and back page including the materials list (2 pages)
Part 3 - Pattern template sheet

Happy Sewing!

© Copyright of Sharon Robins of the Raggy Robin 2014

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