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Help Finding Crochet/Embroidery Pattern

Posted by brenoreo (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 15, 08 at 21:10

Back in the 70's I had an iron-on pattern for a pillowcase that you embroidered a girl walking under a rose arbor and crocheted in the skirt and edging around the pillowcase. I foolishly gave away all my work and eventually did away with the pattern.

I do not remember the name of the company that made the pattern. Anyone who can help will be very much appreciated. (Feeling a little nostalgic these days.) Thanks.

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RE: Help Finding Crochet/Embroidery Pattern

Here are a couple vintage sites, write to the gals here, and see if they can assist you in some way. I remember what you are talking about, but never had a pattern like that at all.
These sites don't always list what they have, you have to inquire about things, don't be bashful, the gals are very helpful.
Hope this helps somewhat.

RE: Help Finding Crochet/Embroidery Pattern

I don't have the pattern, but I do know what you are talking about. My mother in law made them.


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