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As you all know I love Autumn...and all things Autumn, falling leaves, harvest time, pumpkins, so it seemed appropiate to bring them together in this pattern. I love wool applique but don't use it a lot in my designs, but this one was a dream to make, quick and easy with stunning results. Why not give your house that lovely Autumn feel with these quick and easy designs. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY needleturn applique or blanket stitch applique basic embroidery stitches, running, backstitch, French Knots basic sewing skills rotary cutter SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Table throw 115cm approximately Pumpkin Table Runner. approximately 55cm x 105cm Penny Rug: approximately 22 1/2" round Wall hanging or Table centre: approximately 20" square

Recommended with this pattern

  • tablethrow: 120cm square of calico 120cm backing fabric and wadding 40cm binding fabric
  • Wall Hanging or Table Centre: 20" square quilted calico or fabric or your choice. 20" square of backing fabric,
  • Penny Rug:75cm black felt, background and pennies FQ orange felt, pumpkin and pennies FQ tan felt, pumpkin and pennies FQ of 2 different greens, small pumpkin, leaves and pennies scraps of brown, light tan or cream for stems and bird embroidery threads to match felt, plus another green for stitching tendrils and black or deep brown or bird details

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Simple Stitches by Julie Gibbs
Simple Stitches by Julie Gibbs
love quilting! fabric and stitcheries. I have designed my own range of patterns, that are for all levels of crafters. I hope that you enjoy these patterns as much as I enjoyed designing them, please send me photos of any that you have completed, I would love to see them! Enjoy! Julie Gibbs