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Most of us are not keen on mice but what isn’t there to love about this cute family of Carolers. It seems that mice have long been associated with Christmas. They are fondly remembered in the Poem – Night before Christmas and often portrayed singing carols. This cute family of carolers would make a lovely addition to your home at Christmas. They are made from ‘aged’ Irish linen and dressed in rags to set the scene of singing on the streets to collect money. The mice are easy to make and involves both machine and hand sewing.
This extensive pattern (15 pages) is supported with full colour line diagrams and photos to make following and reading the pattern straight forward. The templates are full size, so there is no need to enlarge them. It has also been tested by my wonderful group of pattern testers.
This pattern takes you through all the steps to make this adorable family of mice with detailed instructions which are fully supported with photos and diagrams from how to ‘age’ the linen through to creating their lovely ‘tattered’ clothes and music sheets.
It is important to note, that as cute as these mice are, they ARE NOT to be used as toys or given to children due to the small and sharp points (wire & beads). They are strictly ornaments.
Father Mouse - 8 ½”
Mother Mouse – 8”
Child Mice – 6 ½”
COPYRIGHT INFO –
Nifty Needles – No portion of this pattern may be distributed mechanically, electronically, or by any other method for commercial or personal use. You may use this pattern to make items to sell on a small commercial basis, but please credit Nifty Needles or link back to the pattern. If you post photos online, I would love to see them.
NOTE ** This purchase is for the PDF pattern - NOT a finished item**