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The fall harvest of pumpkin, eggplant and squash in a basket filled with the richness and warmth of colored fall leaves & bittersweet is a charming tribute to autumn. It would make a beautiful decorative pillow or framed work of art! You could also combine it with the other seasons for a wall hanging or a set of four framed seasons.

This wool applique with embroidered embellishment uses a variety of simple embroidery stitches, that can easily be stitched and appliqued by embroiderers of all skill levels (beginner to advanced). It is a joy to stitch!

The applique & embroidery is done on a 12" square piece of fabric.

This listing is for the pattern only.

Pattern includes:
- a full size black & white line drawing that can be traced onto fabric of your choice
- templates for the wool felt pieces
- a color photo of the appliqued picture
- detailed stitching instructions
- a supply list

This pattern is protected by Federal Copyright Law. All rights reserved by designer, Beth Ritter, doing business as Wellington House Designs. No part of this pattern may be photocopied or reproduced in any form without the written consent of the designer. It may be reduced or enlarged for your own personal use. Please contact me if you have any questions.

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Wool Seasons: Autumn - Wool Applique Pattern - by Beth Ritter for Wellington House Designs - Instant Digital Download

US$8.00
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  • Material: color printed paper pattern
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