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Midwinter Mandala Banner

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This is a listing for a single PDF EMBROIDERY PATTERN ONLY. NO materials or finished product(s) are included. Embrace the chill and snow with the Midwinter Mandala from “A Banner Year”, the seasonal stitch-along from the School of Wool. Designed to use simple materials–a fat quarter, large pieces of felt or wool, and thread for embroidery–it’s a perfect project to cozy up with on cold winter days. Instructions are provided for finishing and hanging as a banner, but it can easily be turned into a 16″ x 16″ pillow or mounted in a hoop. **Finished Measurements** Applique: Approximately 10″ x 10″ Finished Banner: 16″ x 19″ **Tools Needed** Embroidery scissors rotary cutter, mat, and ruler Embroidery needle for floss, or Chenille needle #24 for perle cotton Vanishing Ink marker OR water soluble topper Pencil Black permanent marker Sewing machine Lightbox or window Pressing cloth **Materials** One fat quarter for the front (I used “Dottie” in Jean Jacket by Cotton + Steel) One fat quarter for the back (if making a banner) 2 sheets of white wool felt 9″ x 11″ or 3 squares 8″ x 8″ of felted wool in the color of your choice Perle cotton #12 in an olive green, crimson, and medium pink (I used Valdani pink 46, red 1333, and olive 823) or six-strand embroidery floss in similar colors Lightweight double-sided fusible webbing To finish Wood dowel rod, 1/4″ diameter, 17″ long 1 yard of twine or cording

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Mandy Leins was hooked on quilting after making her first Rail Fence quilt 11 years ago using her grandmother's 1943 in-cabinet Singer. Since that first quilt, Mandy's passion for quilting and teaching has turned into a business. A professional longarm quilter and pattern designer, Mandy's first two patterns were published in <i>Modern Quilts Unlimited</i> and one, "All Together Now," was juried at the Machine Quilters Exposition. Formerly, Mandy worked as a classical archaeologist and the ancient world continues to influence and inspire her quilt designs.