|Note: You may want to trace
the pattern onto a piece of freezer paper. Ironing the fabric onto
the shiny side of the paper will help hold it in place. Be sure to
put your marks on the papery side, not the plastic side.
Directions for Fabric Snowflake:
Go to suggestions for framing.
Cut out the Pattern for Fabric Snowflake Sections A thru
H, adding 1/4 inch seam allowance on outside edges.
Cut a piece of background fabric large enough to cover space
1A with at least 1/4 inch seam allowance on all sides. Place the
fabric on the back of the pattern covering the space. The right side
of the fabric should face away from the pattern. (If you are using
freezer paper, you can press this piece in place.)
Cut a piece of snowflake fabric large enough to cover space
2A plus seam allowances. Place this fabric right sides together with
piece 1A. Remember you will be doing this on the “wrong” side of
Holding the fabric in place, turn the pattern line-side up
and sew along the line between 1A and 2A. Open the seam and check to see
that the fabric covers space 2A.
Fold the pattern along the seam line, and trim the seam to
1/8 inch. Unfold and press.
Repeat steps 3-5 for spaces 3A through 6A, using the appropriately
Construct Sections B thru H.
With right sides facing, join sections A and B at points
and n. Sew the seam between the points. Press open.
With right sides together and matching the appropriate points
join Sections C to D then D to E. Sew and press open.
Join Sections F, G and H in the same way. Sew and press
With right sides together and matching points w and
join Sections AB to CDE. Sew and press open
Join Sections FGH to AB matching points y and z.
Sew and press open.