a letter to autumn-9

Finished size: letter size

Pattern download: Sewingillustration.com



Warm quilt batting


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a letter to autumn


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How to make:

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1.Transfer the illustration on the cotton using erasable pen.

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2.Cut out fabric scraps as desired shape. If it’s hard to cut, use the printed pattern as a template. With washable glue stick or fabric glue stick, attach on the prepared cotton.

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3.Set your sewing machine as the picture. attach applique foot.

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4.Put quilt batting on the wrong side of the cotton. Sew all the fabric pieces using bright color thread, 1-2mm inside the fabric.

If you worry about fraying, use fusible interfacing. For me, a bit of fraying gives another charm.

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5.Change dark color thread(I use Aurifil 50wt, espresso brown) and sew the outside of bright thread.

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6.For the ribbon on the hat, I used Aurifil 12wt. it’s optional.

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7.For the pencil, I use orange thread and fill the space using sewing machine. It’s super fast way of satin stitch. 🙂


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8.Put the other cotton for back on the 7. facing right side together, sew all the way, leave a hole.

Pull right side out, with hand stitch, close the gap. Iron it.  With 2 strands of embroidery floss, hand sitch around the images.





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