PDF Squirrel Cushion Patchwork Embroidery Pattern (To be downloaded)

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This listing is for a PDF digital pattern available for instant download once payment is made. (A printed copy is also available from my shop).

'Squirrel cushion' has a delightful picture patch in the centre. It fastens with 4 ties to the top and would also look good made in a range of autumnal colours. Basic hand and machine sewing skills are required. The pattern is in numerical order with good clear photographs to follow.

The download will come in four sections as follows:

1) The title and back page (with supply list)
2) The pattern instructions
3) The caravan templates
4) The embroidery transfer guide

The pattern gives instructions on how to:

1) Transfer the embroidery design
2) Applique the caravan
3) Embroider the picture with a machine (although hand embroidery could be done instead)
4) How to piece the patchwork
5) Then make the cushion with tie fastenings


Happy Sewing!


© Copyright of Sharon Robins of the Raggy Robin 2015



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