Easter Garland Felt Downloadable PDF Pattern
This download contains the PDF pattern and full instructions to get you creating your very own felt Easter garland. Ideal to make yourself and give as gifts to family and friends or give to someone who loves to sew their own. Beautiful to hang to celebrate baby's first Easter.
🐥 Your downloadable file will contain:
PDF pattern & Instructions for making
🐥 You will also need the following supplies to complete your creation: Coloured Felt, Coloured Thread, 1m Ribbon or Twine, 2 Small Buttons, Toy Stuffing, Needle for sewing, Needle with a large eye for threading ribbon into animals, Scissors, Pins (optional)
Easy: Suitable for those with a basic sewing ability.
🐥 Size The animals will individually measure approx 8cm x 8cm, and together the garland will measure approx 80cm.
🐥 Processing Time. Your download will be available to you instantly, as soon as you place your order.
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© Copyright 2018 FeltTails
Original design by Nicola Parnell for FeltTails. Resale and mass-production of pattern is strictly prohibited.
- Printable PDF of animal pattern
- Step-by-step instructions with follow along photos
- Easy to sew Suitable for beginners
- Metric Measurement
- No sewing machine required
- A4 paper format
- Time to make approximately 3-4 hours
- Language English
Materials you need at home:
- Coloured Felt
- Coloured Thread
- 1m Ribbon or Twine
- 2 Small Buttons,
- Toy Stuffing
- Needle for sewing
- Needle with a large eye for threading ribbon into animals
- Pins (optional)
Nicola from FeltTails
Hi! I'm Nicola from FeltTails and this is my story.
So it all began when I was pregnant with my beautiful baby boy, Jack. I decided to use my maternity leave time before he arrived to brighten up his cot and nursery. I've always myself loved two things: monkeys and bright colours. 🙈 So, of course, I combined these two loves of mine into nursery decor for baby Jack (in the hope that he will follow in Mummy's footsteps to love animals and brightly coloured things too!)
After I'd filled Jack's nursery with as much as I could fit, I didn't want to stop! So that's where the idea developed to design felty goodness for other people's baby boys and girls.