Lowercase Alphabet Applique Designs

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Lowercase Alphabet Applique Designs Pattern


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Sewing: Lowercase Alphabet Applique Designs
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a sewing machine

Pattern Description:

The lowercase alphabet appliqus are fun and easy to make. They include the 26 letters of the alphabet plus a small star and heart that can be used to dot the "i" and "j", or just for ornamentation like the t-shirt in the photo above. You can enlarge or reduce the letters to make them any size you'd like. Use the letters to appliqu words on t-shirts, tote bags, pillowcases, etc. Cotton print fabrics were used for appliqus on sample t-shirt. The alphabet is fun for girls and boys!

Instructions are given to sew a machine straight stitch around the appliqu letters. Other options would be to sew a machine zig zag or satin stitch around the edges. If you don't have a sewing machine, you can embroider the blanket stitch or sew a running stitch by hand around the edges of the appliqu pieces.

THIS SIX PAGE PDF E-PATTERN INCLUDES: full size patterns for the lowercase alphabet, materials list, detailed instructions written in English and clear step-by-step photographs.

Copyrights protect these designs from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the appliqus to be used to make and sell the finished designs in limited quantities.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes of letters vary. To give you an idea of the approximate size, the "a" is 2 3/4" tall by 1 7/8" wide.


  • Light to medium weight fabrics for appliqus
  • Iron-on fusible web
  • Sewing thread

You Will Also Need:

  • Basic sewing supplies

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We are a creative mother/daughter team from the Sunshine State. We're always working on new and unique patterns for you!

Mary Ayres has designed all of our patterns. She is a nationally known craft designer and has sold thousands of her original designs to numerous national craft, sewing, and quilting magazines.

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