PDF pattern for the first block of the In the burrow quilt.
The panel measures as 10 by 14". The quilt background is pieced with colours going from light greens and creams, to dark browns The block has a sleeping fox and fox cub and autumn leaves.
This pattern contains the templates along with plenty of colour photographs through each step.
I don't teach you how to do free motion embroidery in this pattern, other than my own hints and tips, neither do I tell you how to set your machine up for free motion embroidery but I do give you all the stages for you to make your own embroidery.
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The quilt itself is in my usual style, so it is a patchwork background with raw edge applique sewn with free motion embroidery. You don't need a fancy machine to sew it but your machine needs to be able to do free motion embroidery. The pattern contains basic instructions for the patchwork. I don't go into a lot of detail on patchwork as I am assuming that you know the basics but other than the odd half square triangle, it is all pretty simple.
Hopefully that all makes sense, but please don't hesitate to ask if anything is unclear.
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