Mushroom applique pattern
Who can create this? Anyone, our patterns are easy to follow with step by step tutorial and images to guide you along.
Occasions.... You ask Setting the scene for a woodland Baby shower OR Add rustic tea tray cloths for Bridal Shower High tea. OR Gift family and friends with a wonderful house warming gift.
This download includes:- 1. Written Pattern with easy to follow, with images and detailed step by step tutorial, including how to create a placemat - 3 pages. 2. Applique Pattern - 2 pages.
♥MATERIALS/SUPPLIES Cotton, Denim, Quilting cotton Wadding Ribbon or lace Pins, Sewing needles, threads Tracing paper Sewing Machine, Scissors Template
MEASUREMENTS - Approximate – 45 cm x 35 cm - final placemat size
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- Tutorial - 3 A4 pages
- Pattern - 2 A4 Page
- ♥♥♥HOW TO PRINT YOUR PATTERN -visit - https://rosamaycrafts.com/tips-techniques/
Materials you need at home:
- Cotton, poly cotton
- Ribbon, beads, buttons,
- Ribbon bows and roses
Nadia Williams COM
Hi I'm Nadia. A mom, entrepreneur and lover of all things bright, colourful and sparkly.
Please know that all our patterns are for private and business use. Please read our T’s & C’s.
I opened Fantasia Costume & Prop Hire, where I made all the outfits and décor. This business is now 23 (2020) years old and being loved by another. I was taught at a very young age to sew, crochet and macrame by my dear Mamma and sister. I have used my sewing experience to design unique wedding dresses, home décor, linen, nursery décor and so much more. My passion is creating and I LOVE creating new projects.
Through the years I have done several courses, learning new crafts and new techniques. My list of crafts is endless from macramé to crochet, wood burning to PVC carving, from sewing to embroidery. I now have a collection of patterns that I have created and tweaked and I can’t wait to share them with you all.