Rudolph Appliqué Wall-Hanging with Anne Baxter
Appliqué • Educational, G, 04-Dec-2020
This is a delightful little wall-hanging. It is simply made with fused appliqué. Anne then suggests machine zig-zag for the stitching. If you would like to do this as a hand project, then blanket stitch would work just as well.
Anne also suggests some simple, large embroidery stitches for the background quilting. This would give it a snowflake feel, and an interesting suggestion for the binding, which again gives the wall-hanging a little more interest.
The full pattern for the Rudolph Appliqué Wall-Hanging is available to purchase on our website.
More about Anne Baxter
Anne lives in rural Devon, in a thatched cottage which she shares with her husband and two dogs.
Her patchwork decorates the house throughout and you can't help but be inspired surrounded by her work and all those old beams.
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