Late November always finds me reluctantly bracing for the coming winter. But early one morning I heard two black-capped chickadees conversing in a nearby tree, and I thought ahead to February when their “tune” will change to mating calls … a sure and wonderful sign of spring.
It didn’t take long to conjure up a new wool applique design featuring two of these enthusiastic conversationalists chatting over a breakfast of frozen crab apples.
Your pattern for this wall hanging, which finishes out to 34″ x 15″, is packed into a clear 9″ x 12″ zip lock bag, the contents of which include a cover page with 3 color photographs of the completed project, two pages of detailed instructions, a page of pattern elements, a list of fabric requirements, and a full-size line drawing of the entire wall hanging, comprised of eight pages which you will trim as instructed, and then tape together; this will be your detailed layout reference.
If you are also purchasing the kit, it will include the black wool background fabric and all the wool fabric for the “snow blue” trees and hills in the distance, the ivory white for the “snow” in the foreground and the flakes in the sky, as well as the wool fabric for all the “plant life” and the chickadees.
All elements of this pattern, all the photographs on this page, and the design itself are © 2016 Karen Hahn at horseandbuggycountry.com. All rights reserved and protected. The purchase of a pattern is solely for the use of the individual buyer, and may not be reproduced in any format.