Santa & His Bag (Paper Pieced)

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Santa & His Bag (Paper Pieced) Pattern

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Santa & His Bag (Paper Pieced) Santa and His Bag

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • paper piecing

Pattern Description:

This sweet Santa is about to grab his bag of gifts and go!

Includes one 5" paper pieced block pattern. Quilt layout shown is an example of how it can be used and is for reference only.

Sunbonnet Sue's Magical Friends are inspired by the classic Sunbonnet Sue and Overall Sam blocks, with a fun, whimsical twist! Patterns are available individually or in sets.

Santa's Helper is bonus pattern for the Holly Jolly set. The complete Holly Jolly set includes: Lil' St. Nick, Santa's Helper, Lil' Mrs. Claus, Wonky Lil' Christmas Tree and Wee Lil' Penguin.

5" finished (5 1/2" unfinished)

Find more of my work on sewhooked.com & fandominstitches.com.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5" finished (5 1/2" unfinished)

Materials:

  • small amounts of fabric in the colors of your choice

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • paper scissors
  • rotary cutting tools
  • Add-A-Quarter Ruler (optional)

About Designer

About Designer

Jennifer O. on craftsy.com

Hi, I'm Jennifer!

I learned to sew with needle and thread at the age of four by stitching nine patches that my grandmother gave me as busy work. I've been crafting ever since!

I'm absolutely captivated by paper piecing as a medium and have been designing patterns since 2004.

My patterns, tutorials and more are available on my website/blog, Sewhooked (sewhooked.com). I also have many free ...

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