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Thread: Free Patterns for Applique Letters??

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    Red face Free Patterns for Applique Letters??

    Does anyone know where I can get free Applique Letters to download?

    I tried a site Which Said Download free letter Patterns
    I could not download them and since then mis-placed
    or I lost the site name and have not been able to find it again.?

    I would appreciate your help in find that site again.

    Thanks So Much.

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    http://www.skiptomylou.org/2009/02/1...que-monograms/

    Try here. Scroll down the page a bit and the templates begin. Good luck.
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    Thank You every so much...this is just what I have been looking for.
    I appreciate the quick response...I can finish my Christmas Stocking(s)
    now. I am adding my grandchildren's names to each of their stocking.

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving and a Very Merry Christmas>
    From my house to your house.
    Drive Safe !!!

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    It is also easy to make your own templates by using your computer software (like Word). Pick a font you like. Make it as big as you want on the page. Print it. Proceed to use as you would any other printed template.

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    Thank you for asking. I also would like to find this site.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    Very Good Idea I would have never thought of using word.
    Thanks for the suggestion.
    Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving with family and friends.

    Enjoy the food and good company.

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    Oh Thanks, this is another great site...I like that I will not have to reverse the letters.
    because they are already to go. Thanks I appreciate the quick response.
    So I can finish my projects..

    Have a Very Happy Thanksgiving..Drive Safe.

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    You are very Welcome, I have gotten good responses for the forum...If you need the site information
    Please let me know and I will forward you the site information.

    There is also a great idea for using Your Computer software like Word..I am looking in to that
    suggestion. I never thought Of that...and will give it a try.

    Have a Great Thanksgiving.

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    Hi Betty62,

    You are welcome...I hope you found want you were looking for. I also found out that I can
    use my Microsoft Word Processing Program to make letters of all sizes and colors.
    and after doing printing the information I want as a label......I can print them to fabric
    (using freezed paper on the back side )with the printed side up and iron the letters right side
    up facing you on to cotton or muslin fabric and cut it to size...It works great..

    Good Luck - 99-Quilters.

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