1. Print out templates and FPP pattern at 100% or "Do Not Scale". Take your hat pom-pom and mustache fabric and back with interfacing (I used Heat N' Bond Fusible Light Weight). Using a light box or well-lit window, trace templates A and C onto the fabric with a water soluble pen (I used a Frixion pen).
2. Using a sharp pair of scissors, cut out the Template A & C shapes.
3. Paper piece Unit B of the Kris Kringle FPP pattern. Discard Unit A and cut out a 1 3/8" x 4" piece of fabric from the background fabric instead. Sew that piece to the top of Unit B, RST. Press the seam toward the 1 3/8" x 4" piece. Cut out Template B from the "skin" fabric (7/8" x 4") and Template D and sew the two pieces, RST. Press the seam toward the Template D piece.
4. Sew the hat unit and face/beard unit, RST. Press the seam toward the hat unit.
5. Cut out the Template E piece (4" x 5 7/8") and then round the two bottom corners using the template, a Frixion pen, and pair of scissors.
6. Optional, using washable Elmer's glue, glue the unit from Step 4 and the unit from Step 5, RST, leaving the top of the unit unglued. You can use pins instead of glue if you prefer. [You can watch my Glue Basting Tutorial HERE]
7. Sew a 1/4" seam and then cut out notches in the curve of the unit, making sure not to snip into/past the stitches.
8. Turn the unit right side out and press with a hot, dry iron.
9. Attach the hat pom-pom and mustache pieces to the Step 8 unit. I sewed them on, as shown below, but glue works too!
Repeat Steps 1 - 9 until you've made your desired amount of bunting pieces. I used a long piece of bias tape (1/2" wide with a double fold) to string my bunting pieces together.
And you're done! ENJOY!