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    1. average_jane_crafter 119 months ago | reply

      These are fabulous, Flor! THANK YOU! :)

    2. Beetastic 119 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much. They are great.

    3. misspico 119 months ago | reply

      I love that cute little dog!

    4. cmartian 119 months ago | reply

      such cuties!

    5. drewzel 119 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much! Now I can sew some ornaments! I love the "holiday greetings" typeface :)

    6. Happy Zombie 119 months ago | reply

      I love this! Thank you!

    7. zeospike 119 months ago | reply

      This is Wonderful!! Thanks for sharing this!

    8. Orquidea´s Arts and Crafts 118 months ago | reply

      I liked very much... but... I dont know what kin of paper do you used to transfer this design. What is the brand and name off tranfer paper. Thank
      :)
      Orquidea
      orquideasanchezazorin@gmail.com

    9. jessicarabbbit 117 months ago | reply

      Most craft stores like Michaels, JoAnn, Ben Franklin or others..sell transfer paper, or Carbon Paper as its known..and I believe Graphite Paper too. Or you can print the images out using a Laser Jet Printer and transfer that way. Your printer must be a high grade printer, usually the ones that use expensive ink. Hope this helps.

      www.michaels.com

    10. judith63 113 months ago | reply

      thank you very much for sharing these patterns . I am currently researching iron - on transfers from their inception and would be most grateful for information about any of the manufacturers of transfers or penny squares and redwork patterns in general. I'm trying to bring together information from many different countries so please do feel free to contact me. I live in Melbourne, Australia and what started out as a way to keep my mind alive and ticking over has become a study of social history mainly of the arts women practised from need and also for relaxation. I enjoy redwork very much and make many quilts each year using this type of embroidery which go to raise money for our wonderful children's hospital. my e-mail address is judithstonehouse@yahoo.com.au

    11. stagasaurus 107 months ago | reply

      brilliant - thank you for sharing

    12. third.margaret 69 months ago | reply

      Darling images, thank you!

    13. cindypucci 45 months ago | reply

      That's a Buttermilk Basin Pattern and shouldn't be posted for free use.

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