Who does not love Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin, Piglet and all their chums from the 100 acre wood? Here we see them playing Pooh sticks, a game I still play with my Grandchildren when ever we find suitable bridge, it is innocent fun. Thank you A A Milne for the true timeless treasure that are your stories and as Pooh himself said “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.”
When you print out your motifs make sure your printer is set to print same size and not fit to media as this will distort the final size of the block. This block will be 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 ins, cut them 10 ins square to protect the edges. Sharpen your iron-on transfer pencil and draw over the design, place it design side down to the calico and iron. Iron some interfacing to the back and stitch away. Alternatively use a light box or tape your design to a window and trace with a fine pencil onto the fabric, if you use this technique use the non reversed version of the pattern.