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Finished size 12in x 32 in. Digital downloadable pattern. This pattern features all things Halloween: a black cat, pumpkin, spiders, and sign saying "Mummies, Spiders, and Bats. Oh My!" A small amount of hand embroidery/embellishing required. This can be completed in one day! Skill Level: Easy machine applique. This is one pattern out of a series! See products #PMM701- #PMM12 for all the projects in this series. The over-the-door holders are optional and can be ordered separately.
You can hang this project two ways! You can get the 12" snowflake hanger and put it on the wall OR you can use the hanger in combination with the over the door holders. This makes your project able to hang on any door to greet visitors!
The over-the-door holders are optional and can be ordered separately.
A perfect machine applique project that is truly beginner friendly, so anyone can create fantastic home decor with this quilt pattern. Makes a perfect home decor project for beginners learning how to piece, machine applique and even bind. Pattern includes beginner tips and complete binding directions.
Pattern includes beginner friendly instructions (everything step is explained, not assumed you can figure it out on your own), fusible web applique, includes embroidery stitch guides.
I even include complete binding instructions with diagrams. Because putting on a binding can be intimidating and downright scary. . . and quilting should not be scary.