Caterwauling Christmas

from Whistlepig Creek Productions

Caterwauling Christmas Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Machine Sewing
  • Basic Ironing, Quilting & Binding
  • Slight Curve Sewing

Pattern Description:

Easy to sew and fun to decorate with! Use bright fun colors like the cover or more traditional fabrics to make these fun stockings! The tree skirt goes together quickly and uses folded fabric for dimension! The stockings are unique and fun with the 'snow' at the top dripping down. Quick, fun, simple, bold.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Tree Skirt: 41" x 41"
  • Stockings: 15" T x 11" W


  • Sewing Machine
  • Tree Skirt: 1 1/2 yd Fabric - Background
  • Tree Skirt: 8 Fat Quarters - Trees
  • Tree Skirt: 1/8 yd Fabric - Stars
  • Tree Skirt: 1/8 yd Fabric - Trunks
  • Tree Skirt: 1 1/2 yd Fabric - Backing
  • Tree Skirt: 3/4 yd Fabric - Binding
  • Tree Skirt: Fusible Webbing
  • Stockings: Fusible Webbing
  • Stockings: 1/2 yd Fabric - Body
  • Stockings: 1/2 yd Fabric - Lining
  • Stockings: 1/4 yd Fabric - Topper
  • Stockings: 1/8 yd Fabric - Heels & Toes
  • Stockings: 3/4 yd Fusible Fleece

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors, Thread & Seam Ripper
  • Cutting Mat, Rotary Cutter, Rulers
  • Ironing Board & Iron

About Designer

About Designer

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"Though you wouldn't expect it from the fun, quirky illustrations she is known for, Sue Marsh possesses a background in software engineering. This highly technical background provided her with the ideal skill-set for quilt and pattern design. After 15 years working in the information industry as a software engineer, she decided to make her passionate hobby a fulltime venture and launched ...

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