Santa Hat FPP Block
£3.50 – £8.00
Santa’s Hat is a great festive make. Perfect for using on a pillow or cushion, incorporating into a quilt or taking pride of place on a gift bag or sack!
The PDF pattern includes full sized templates for creating the Santa Hat in three different block sizes: 4″, 6″ and 8″
Find out all about the Santa Hat On Demand Class (copy of pattern included)
The Santa Hat Foundation Paper Piecing pattern features three finished block sizes: 4″, 6″ and 8″
The pdf INSTRUCTIONS feature:
:: Coloured illustration of the block
:: Blank diagram for colouring/planning fabric placement
:: Diagrams for joining the FPP sections, including where it’s important to match seams
:: Guidance on printing the pattern pieces the correct size
The PATTERN PIECES feature:
:: Digitally drawn pattern pieces
:: 1/4″ seam allowances on all sections
:: Reversed so you create a block that looks exactly as the illustration
:: Coloured and labelled to make construction as easy as possible
:: Laid out to print on A4 or Letter paper
If you are new to downloadable pdf patterns then have a look at the blog post How to Assemble pdf Sewing Patterns
ON DEMAND CLASS
As a bolt-on to the pdf pattern, you are able to enrol onto the Santa Hat On Demand Class where you can see a full demonstration of me making the Santa Hat block. Select the On Demand Class option from the drop down box to be automatically enrolled onto the class and to receive a copy of the pdf pattern.
You can read more about the Santa Hat On Demand Class on the class page
This pattern features the same block in three different sizes. I would recommend for a beginner to start with the 8″ version of the block as the pieces are larger in size. There are a couple of smaller pieces (particularly when it comes to the 4″ block) and there are a few seams to match when joining sections (refer to green circles on page 3), but if you take your time, it is achievable.
This pattern assumes that you already know how to paper piece so there are no FPP technique tips included with the instructions (see below for links to tutorials or enrol onto the On Demand Class).
Have a look at the Gallery of Makes to see how some other people have made theirs. Message me if you would like yours included!
If you are new to Foundation Paper Piecing do make sure you check out my free tutorials and demonstrations
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See full description below for details on the differences between the pdf and the paper pattern, please check before purchase.
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This listing is for a DOWNLOADABLE PDF version of this FPP block
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