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    :roll: i hope someone can help me here. would like to know where i can get the iron on transfers that can be ironed onto a square of fabric and sewed into a quilt after the print is embroidered. have looked everywhere for this. can anyone tell me what to do or where to look? thanks, jana

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    Hancocks, Hobby Lobby, Jo Anns most craft stores.

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    Is this what you are looking for?
    http://www.ericas.com/embroidery/ironontransfers.htm

    If so google Iron On Transfers for Embroidery and you will find a lot.

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    Look in the sections where they stock embroidery thread.

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    Joann's has quite a few to pick from.

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    annie's attic; grandma's attic; clotilde's; there are many, many sources of embroidery transfer designs.

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    :lol: thanks everyone for all the places to go. i really appreciate it. we don't have many craft stores here where i live. only micheal's and joannes. but they don't carry many things for what i am looking for. just for sewing and very few crafts. jana

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    If you want the Aunt Martha transfer patterns at a bargain price, go to:
    http://www.colonialpatterns.com/
    The packages (envelopes) of patterns are only $1.15, and the books of patterns by theme (dogs, cats, butterflies, etc.) are $4.00.


    If you want pre-stamped blocks, quilt tops, or other items, go to:
    http://www.jdneedleart.com/

    I've ordered from both sites without having problems. Both sites also have embroidery supplies, such as needles, thread, hoops, etc.

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    Thanks Sadiemae for the site. Just out of curiousity I checked it out and found something I have been looking for!!

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    Go to ericas site, I did and found what I have been looking for. If not for your question, I would never have found the site! Hope your have as much luck as I did.

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