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Thread: Looking For a Stitching Pattern

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    Super Member Boston1954's Avatar
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    I am looking for a site where I can find some ivy, or leaves to stitch onto a quilt that has pumpkins in the fabric. The one that I sent a picture of recently with the subject line "Before and After". I want to put stitched pumpkins on it also, so I am hoping I can find leaves that are on the small side.

    Has anyone found a site like this?
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    Anne

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    Do you mean a quilting stitch pattern Boston, have you tried googling free quilting patterns, I do have some stored on my laptop, I will have a look, probably got leaves, but doubt got a pumpkin....will check now for you :D

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    Thanks Izy. I will try that. I have a pumpkin in a clip art book my sister gave me.

    Anne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954
    Thanks Izy. I will try that. I have a pumpkin in a clip art book my sister gave me.

    Anne
    Anne I have found some trailing leaves that might give you some inspiration...Here they are!!
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    the leaves are so pretty.....

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    You might try looking up "free redwork patterns". Something may come up.

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    Thanks Kathyd.

    btw...Are you a member of a minuteman group? Your avatar looks like the outfits I used to wear when Jim and I lived in Massachusetts. We were in the Rehoboth Minutemen.

    Anne

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    Here is a pumpkin http://quickquilts.com/motifs/designs//index9.html You can print it to size, hope it helps!

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    No. We do do period re-enactments in the St. Louis area. This picture was taken at an event for the Lewis and Clark Expedition Anniversary. Vernon does period eagle carvings (vldwoodcarver.com) and I bring along my hand piecing to keep him company and to keep my hands busy. We've been doing this for close to 15 years now. Lots of fun and sometimes lots of work. I have lots of piece tops - that's the part I like best. I figure my daughters can do something with them when I'm gone.

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