Free Herb & Spice Appliqué Pattern – Parsley

Free Herb & Spice Appliqué Pattern – Parsley

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Free Herb & Spice Appliqué Pattern - Parsley

For today’s herb appliqué pattern, we have a fun fact for you! Do you know why fresh parsley is often used as a garnish on dinner plates? It’s because chewing on the fresh leaves cleanses your palate and freshens your breath between courses, or after a meal. We don’t recommend chewing on the appliqué though.

Our favorite ways to use these are felt and raw edge appliqué. We like to use them for appliqué quilt patterns, quilted placemats, table runners, potholders, wall hangings, pillows, tote bags, and more. Anywhere you might use a decorative quilt block, use an appliqué design instead!

We’d love to see what you create with this, feel free to email us photos, or share on our social media!

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This free appliqué pattern includes a full size placement guide, full size pieces to trace, and a few color images to give you some ideas.

You can use this pattern for a number of different techniques, including:

  • Raw edge appliqué
  • Felt appliqué
  • Turned appliqué
  • Paper crafting
  • Embroidery
  • You can even print and color it!

Feel free to print larger or smaller to suit your project. Flip it, combine it with our other patterns, make a whole row of them! You are only limited by your imagination, and your craft stash.  😀

Free Herb & Spice Appliqué Pattern - Parsley

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*You will receive a digital pattern download only. Images are examples of what you can make with this pattern.

Pattern is a downloadable PDF so you can print it, or view it on your device, and get started on your project right away.

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