Nutcracker Wall Hanging : FPP pdf pattern
Christmas is a season of tradition and this Nutcracker Wall Hanging is sure to become a well loved family favourite in your household as I am sure it will do in mine!
This Nutcracker Wall Hanging is made from a combination of Foundation Paper Piecing and traditional piecing techniques.
Once finished your Nutcracker Wall Haning will measure approximately 33″ wide x 58″ high.
The instructions feature the following:
:: Fabric requirements (see final picture for details)
:: Colouring diagram
:: Detailled fabric cutting instructions
:: Diagrams for joining the FPP sections
:: Colour suggestions for variations
:: Full size and labelled pattern pieces
Your purchase of the Nutcracker pdf download includes three files:
:: pdf Nutcracker pattern instructions (19 pages)
:: Labels for keeping track of fabrics once cut (4 pages)
:: FPP pattern pieces, digitally drawn (13 pages). The pattern pages have been designed in a way that allows them to be printed on either A4 or Letter paper.
There are a few small pieces so I would recommend this pattern to people with intermediate or advance paper piecing skills.
This pattern assumes that you already know how to paper piece so there are no FPP technique tips included with the instructions. There are however comprehensive cutting instructions to make piecing as simple as possible.
For more information about the pattern you can check out the video I loaded where I run through what’s included.
For details on how to print out your pdf pattern right first time, read my blog post ‘How to Assemble pdf Sewing Patterns’
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