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Purchase and download this digital pattern and you can be stitching up a quilted windmill wall hanging. Finished size 6 x 22 in. Create your own windmill decor featuring a country windmill with bright, cheery sunflowers growing in the field behind a barbed wire fence. This windmill wall hanging will bring farmhouse decor charm to your home, a friends home, your office, heck anywhere!
Easy Skill Level:Perfect for those who know the basics and have a little hand embroidery experience. A small amount of hand embroidery/embellishing required.
How about that 6" Galvanized Windmill Hanger: This is a 6 inch wide rustic small half Windmill hanger, made of galvanized metal. The vintage style half windmill adds farmhouse decor charm to your home. It is "rustic" which means the edges of the metal are not super smooth and appear darker around the edges. This is due to the manufacturing process and does not affect the strength of the hanger. In fact it gives this hanger a vintage feel.
Skill level is easy which means it's perfect for those who know the basics of cutting fabric and sewing a seam and has a little hand embroidery experience. A small amount of hand embroidery embellishing required.
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.