When the leaves begin to fall and the harvest is finally in, it's traditionally the time of year we celebrate our many bountiful blessings. If you'r looking for Autumn and Thanksgiving patterns to use on themed projects, there are dozens of mix and match designs to choose from in this publication. Artwork has been compiled from Annie Lang's All for Fall, Autumn Bounty, Pilgrim Parade, Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Babies collections. Simply trace the design and then transfer the image onto your project surface to make outstanding personalized items with professional results every time. This publication features 40 full size pages of linework images of Annie's themed autumn, thanksgiving and themed characters to get the autumn festivities off to a bountiful start. Discover a cornucopia of wreaths, borders, rustic country motifs, garlands, centerpieces, cornstalks and harvest items, signage, scenes, fun kids and babies dressed up in their Pilgrim costumes and a few fun turkeys as well! Designs can be colored with paint, color pencils, inks, markers, chalks, etc. Publication includes traceable black and white linework designs along with a color sample of each image you can use as a coloring guide. How can you use these patterns? *Decorative painters can use them for wood, glass, wearables, plastic items, canvas, home dec accent items, furniture, walls and any other paintable surface imaginable. *Papercrafters can use them to create greeting cards, tags, scrapbooking accents, paper piecing projects and more. *Fabric artisans can use them to make appliques, quilt squares, wearable items, etc. *Teachers can use them to create fun bulletin boards, classroom velties, murals, window decorations and teaching materials. *Cake makers and cookie bakers can use them to make clever wrappers, fondant treats, cookie stamps and other edible delights. *Designers can use them for artist reference to help spark your own creative inspirations!
Annie Lang is a self-taught award winning designer/author who published 29 decorative arts how-to instructional books with Easl Publications from 1995-2003. Annie has recently self published more than a dozen linework pattern workbook publications and has now moved her character art into the world of Children's Books. For nearly 30 years, Annie's whimsical characters and creative designs, which include everything from buglets to bookworms and fun loving animals, have found their way into the hearts of the young and old alike through the international commercial marketplace. Annie currently resides in Grand Blanc, Michigan, very near the community where both she and her husband, grew up. Her home-based business, Annie Things Possible was launched in 1986 where she continues to publish her growing list of publications. Annie's family is her greatest source of inspiration, limitless support, and humor which has always been reflected in her work throughout the years.