UNCUT McCall's Crafts P394 SEWING PATTERN: Christmas Elf in two sizes 14" and 21", Stockings for Hanging, Ornaments, Cardholder, Decorations

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MCCALLS Crafts PATTERN P394 6100 The Christmas Elf, New and Uncut pattern

This is a vintage (1992) McCall's pattern that does not appear to have been used at all. It still has the factory folds in it. This pattern has multiple applications: The Christmas Elf can be made in both 14 and 21 inch sizes. Also stockings for hanging, a cardholder, wallhanging and assorted ornaments. I believe it would be a wonderful pattern to use for the currently popular " Elf on a shelf" theme.

Suggested fabrics:
Cottons, Cotton blends, Chintz, Polished Cotton, Flannel, Knit Lame'. Not suitable for uneven stripes.


- Made by McCall's Patterns
- Copyright 1992
- Printed in the USA

All my patterns are original sewing patterns, no copies or reproductions


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