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    Power Poster sewnsewer2's Avatar
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    Here's where I got the design from, it is machine embroidered.

    http://www.cassandrasembroidery.com/AirplaneToys.htm

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    Wow! Were they hard? Looks it. Great work.

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    It was easy, but you need an embroidery machine to make it.

    I'm making lace ornaments now.

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    Wow those are neat! Talk about thinking outside of the box!

    Now tell me tell me, where did you get the lace ornament patterns? :D I'm still learning but you use the wash out -soly stabilizer for those right? I have seen some amazing tops with the necklines made with embroidery and the soly stuff. :)

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    Elizabeth, you have a PM.

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    Those are clever!! I never even thought about that!! We still play w/the styrofoam ones here from time to time..and they never last...I bet these will last forever!! Can you tell us what is inside of yours??I've marked the site to send to grandma:))She has the embrod. machine and these would make great gifts for all the kids!! Thanks for sharing Skeat

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    Skeat, there is one layer of peltex (stiff) inside, then 1 layer of fabric on the front and back. All of the instructions come with it .

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    Thanks bunches!! SKeat

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    those are cool

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