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Felt mouse pattern

Posted by grammasc (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 30, 12 at 19:38

My daughter asked me if I still had a pattern for felt mice she made in the late 80's. They were about 4" tall and were used to decorate straw brooms which were popular to hang on doors at Christmas time. They had a circle bottom so they would stand up if placed on a flat surface.
We are in the process of moving and I have no idea if I still have the pattern even if I could get to the boxes it might be in. Anyone remember these? I've done a search but can't find them. She wants to make them with her three boys. TIA


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RE: Felt mouse pattern

I googled "felt mouse pattern" then clicked on the images link. If my link,below, works, you will see several mice that can sit up. Now I want to make the mouse slippers!
Have fun.
Kathy

Here is a link that might be useful: Felt mouse pattern images


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RE: Felt mouse pattern

Wow! That's a bunch of mice. Some of them are close to the one I was looking for, if not the same. I actually found the pattern after we finally moved in. My computer was down and we had to get a different service so I'm sorry I didn't reply sooner. Thank you so much for searching. I'm going to print off some of these.
GrammaSC


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