This pdf applique features Alice's "Drink Me" bottle from Lewis Carroll's story Alice in Wonderland. "this time she found a little bottle on it, (`which certainly was not here before,' said Alice,) and round the neck of the bottle was a paper label, with the words `DRINK ME' beautifully printed on it in large letters."
Included in pdf pattern:
- Iron on applique instructions
- Outline drawing of applique with numbering for easy assembly.
- Full color drawing of applique for color reference.
- Name of and placement of hand embroidery stitches. These can also be drawn on with a fabric marker. You do not need to know how to embroider to use this pattern!
**Bonus** Print the included full color version onto iron-on transfer paper for even more project opportunities!
Use your creativity to make a ton of different projects! This pattern can be used to create a full sized quilt, a nursery wall hanging, or the perfect table runner for your dining room table. Create boutique style kids applique shirts, baby bodysuits, little girls applique dresses, or even aprons. This template would even work great for paper crafts. Make unique cards or use it as a scrapbook template. So many possibilities! You are only limited by your own imagination.
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These patterns are my own originals. Please do not copy, distribute, or sell this pattern. Any end items made using my pattern may be sold within reason. If it gets to a point where you are using a factory to create the end items from my patterns, please contact me for a commercial license.
I started quilting in high school when my grandma helped me with a senior project, but my true passion for quilting did not start until about 5 years ago. There is just something to be said about ...
I started quilting in high school when my grandma helped me with a senior project, but my true passion for quilting did not start until about 5 years ago. There is just something to be said about the fact that if I need a new blanket, something warm, something small, something big, something for a picnic ... I can make it myself. I love that feeling and nothing makes me happier than seeing my quilts in use. Love them, abuse them, wear them out .... my quilts are meant for everyday use.View all patterns by designer (203) »