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7/8 yard cotton flannel fabric in the Royal Steward tartan

1/8 yard red linen fabric

1/2 yard black lightweight iron-on interfacing.

Two 10 x 10 inch pieces of white linen

Two 10 x 10 piece of tear-away stabilizer

Eight 14 x ¾ inch pieces of cotton batting
Instructions
1.
Pre-wash all fabric and fold the tartan lengthwise matching the pattern.
2.
Draw a 15 inch square onto craft paper or a cut up paper bag.
3.
Lay the pattern onto the fabric at a diagonal. Cut one piece of tartan fabric into a 15 inch square on the diagonal, it will take 21 1inear inches of fabric to do this. Repeat this step to cut out two 15 inch diagonals.
4.
Cut two 15 inch squares out of the black interfacing keeping it on the straight grain.
5.
Cut four strips 1 inch x 15 inches from the black interfacing. Iron the 15 inch pieces of interfacing onto the wrong side of the 15 inch square to keep if from stretching out of shape.
6.
Cut two pieces of tartan fabric into 15 x 11 inch rectangles, keeping the plaids matched
7.
Cut the red linen into four 15 x 1 ¾ inch strips and four 9 x 1½ inch strips
8.
The sample uses “Celticcross1” and “Mandala5” from the Celtic Cottage embroidery CE, but any Celtic design can be used,
9.
Mark the center of each of the 10 x 10 white linen pieces.
10.
Hoop one of the pieces of white linen over the stabilizer. Keep the center mark centered in the hoop.
11.
Embroider one of the designs.
12.
Repeat for the other piece of white linen and embroider the second design.
13.
Iron the 15 inch pieces of interfacing onto the wrong side of the 15 inch square to keep if from stretching out of shape. This will now be called the 15 inch tartan square.
14.
Fold the 15 inch tartan squares in half, right sides together.
15.
Draw a 3 x 6 inch rectangle in the center of each square with wash-away fabric marker with the 3 inch lines coming away from the fold and the 6 inch line connecting the two 3 inch lines. The 3 inch lines should be 3 1.2 inches from the top and bottom edges. This is so the square you drew will be exactly in the center.
16.
Place the wash-away basting thread into your sewing machine.
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6 shell buttons

Wash-away fabric marking pen

Rayon embroidery thread

Black sewing thread

Wash-away basting thread

Temporary spray adhesive
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