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Happy Christmas!

Here are fourteen new patterns for Christmas.

  1. ‘Christmas Roses’. Just for a change, instead of holly and baubles, this Christmas design features flowers. A group of Christmas Roses are traced with a fine black pen and coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils. The border is perforated and embossed on a bold diagonal grid.

  2. ‘Christmas Morning’. A quick and easy pattern, just for fun!   All the presents have been delivered and Santa has kicked off his boots for a well-deserved rest.  This design features those very boots and also Santa’s hat. The simple border is perforated with the almond tool. The design is traced with a black pen and coloured with blendable pencils. The verse reads ‘All his gifts delivered - Santa’s work is done. Time to put his feet up…Happy Christmas Everyone!’

  3. ‘Jolly Christmas’.  This is based on a whitework design which was previously in the Parchment Craft magazine but this year I thought Santa deserved a make-over with a bit of colour.   Blendable pencils were used on the reverse and I used felt tip pens on the front for the shadows, but you can use pencil if you prefer.

  4. 'Alpine Chalet'. Traced with a fine black drawing pen and coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils, the chalet also has a large Christmas Tree decorated with baubles coloured with a gold gel pen or gold ink. If you enjoy adding a bit of 'bling', replace the gold baubles with small stick-on jewels. The border uses the moon tool plus a simple perforated section using a bold diagonal grid.

  5. ‘Christmas Carousel’  This pattern was traced with white ink but if you prefer, you could use white pencil and emboss the lines with a very small ball tool.  The largest sun tool is used around the border and the lace sections on the trees are perforated on Pergamano Grid 19. Another option with this design is to snip all the semi-circle perforations and perforate and cut around the bottom edge of the bow, to remove the whole circular design and attach to the backing card either by sewing or sticking.

  6. ‘Christmas Crinolines’  The main picture is traced with a fine black drawing pen.  The fur-effect on the hat, muff, coat and skirt is made by embossing with a very small ball tool.  The border uses the moon and almond tools.

  7. ' Christmas Cottage' features the traditional snowman outside a snow-covered cottage. The border is perforated with the semi-circle and four-needle tools.

  8. 'Two Christmas Reindeer'. If you haven't attempted gridwork, this was designed as an easy starter pattern. The tree is perforated first using Pergamano multi-grid 19, before moving on to the rest of the design, so if you need to start again (it happens to us all!) no other work is wasted.

  9. 'Christmas Tree Silhouette’ There are several different ways for colouring a silhouette but here I use either black ink with a brush or a good quality felt tip pen. A bold diagonal grid is used around the whitework bells in the border.

  10.  ‘Christmas Candelabra’ also features a simple silhouette and has a  similar border to the design above, but this time uses whitework holly.  Together they make a matching set of Christmas silhouettes.

  11. A Christmas card suitable for friends in Scotland. The theme colours are mauve and green with some 'glitz' added with the use of fine peel-off silver strips. The drawing is done with a fine black drawing pen and blendable pencils are used to colour the design. There is also an alternative birthday greeting on the pattern.

  12. A jolly robin in hat and scarf sits inside a colourful Christmas wreath. The easy border is perforated with the semi-circle tool.

  13. A traditional Christmas candle design, mainly whitework coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils.

  14. Cute as a button, this elf is sitting on what looks like a very special Christmas present. The whole picture is easily traced with a fine black drawing pen and coloured with blendable pencils.


Pricing

 

Description PatNo # Price - downloads Price - hard copies posted
Pattern 1 (each) JM068-1
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 2 (each) JM068-2
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 3 (each) JM068-3
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 4 (each) JM068-4
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 5 (each) JM068-5
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 6 (each) JM068-6
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 7 (each) JM068-7
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 8 (each) JM068-8
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 9 (each) JM068-9
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 10 (each) JM068-10
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 11 (each) JM068-11
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 12 (each) JM068-12
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 13 (each) JM068-13
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 14 (each) JM068-14
£1.50
£1.50
Postage - UK (per delivery)   Not Applicable - download only 1 - 5 patterns £1.00
6 patterns and above £1.30
Postage - Europe (per delivery)   Not Applicable - download only 1 - 5 patterns £1.90
6 patterns and above £3.40
Postage - Rest of the World (per delivery)   Not Applicable - download only 1 - 2 patterns £2.10
3 - 10 patterns £2.90
11 patterns and above £4.00

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