Applique Fox Pocket Pattern
There’s something a little magical about woodland creatures. Make this applique Fox Pocket and add it to something special to give it a little woodland charm.
Try adding a fox pocket to a little girl’s dress, use it as a pocket on the back of a pair of boy’s trousers or use it as a feature on a bag.
This pattern won a competition and appeared in the 10th edition of Crafty magazine in the UK!
There are 10 pages of instructions and the digitally drawn pattern pieces are presented over 2 pages. There are plenty of colour photographs to illustrate the clearly written step by step instructions.
:: Cotton in the following colours
:: Dark Brown – 13″ x 9″
:: Russet/Mid Brown – 6″ x 6″
:: White – 5″ x 6″
:: Black – 1.5″ x 1″
:: Double sided interfacing such as Bondaweb or Steam-a-Seam
:: 2 x Buttons
:: Coordinating thread
In order to read the pdf pattern you will need a copy of Adobe Reader on your computer. Adobe Reader can be downloaded for free directly from www.adobe.com.
This pattern is copyrighted to Victoria Peat/Little Black Duck Ltd and is for personal use only. You do not have permission to re-distribute the pattern.
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