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Nutcracker Christmas Wishes
 Applique' Wall Hanging Pattern

Santa and Mrs. Claus are checking that list and getting everything ready for all our Christmas Wishes on this holiday Nutcracker wall hanging pattern.

The tree is decorated with beads, sequins and tiny ornaments, the presents are in Santa's bag, and Mrs. Claus is ready to hang a big holiday wreath. Christmas Wishes would be a wonderful addition to your holiday decorating collection! Applique Sewing Skill Level 3.

Nutcracker Christmas Wishes Wall Hanging Pattern Includes:

  • All applique motifs including Mr. & Mrs Claus, Christmas tree, rocking horse, bag, presents and snowflakes
  • Full size pattern pieces
  • Complete pattern instructions
  • Directions to make the 3-dimensional eyeglasses for Santa and Mrs. Claus
  • Nutcrackers finished sizes 11-3/4" and 12-1/4" tall
  • Finished size as show: 29" wide x 24" tall

Materials Needed

Things That Help

  • 1 yard fabric for backing
  • 1 yard background fabric
  • 1/2 yard border print fabric
  • 1 fat quarter for binding
  • 1 yard prewashed flannel or batting
  • Scraps of fabrics for the appliques
  • 1 yard fusing web
  • 1 yard tear-away stabilizer
  • Gold metallic and rayon thread for the 3-dimensional eyeglasses (optional)
  • Threads to match appliques
  • Neutral machine embroidery thread for bobbin
  • Metallic thread (optional)
  • Sequins, beads, 'button lights', tiny ornaments for the tree (optional)

Nutcracker Christmas Wishes Applique' Wall Hanging Pattern
#0272 - $11.95

Mr and Mrs Claus Christmas Wishes Nutcracker Applique' Wall Hanging Pattern from Stitch Em Up
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Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas and simply "Santa", is a figure with legendary, mythical, historical and folkloric origins who, in many western cultures, is said to bring gifts to the homes of the good children during the late evening and overnight hours of Christmas Eve, December 24.

I've always found the history of traditions fascinating! If you'd like to read more about the Santa mythology, this is a terrific book: Santa Claus, Last of the Wild Men: The Origins and Evolution of Saint Nicholas, Spanning 50,000 Years