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Thread: Pattern search

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    Pattern search

    I am looking for a quilt pattern of a 1960-65 Volkswagon. Any help would be appreciated
    Pat M.

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    Volkswagen Beetle, Van ...pieced, appliqué.....more info.

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    Pieced or applique. This was sister's first car, red beetle. I wanted to make her a pillow.
    Any suggestions
    Pat M.

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    Here is one posted on the board. Maybe she can give you some help. Or print a coloring page and blow it up to the size you want.

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...d-t259219.html
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    Search google for "VW beetle quilt patterns". I did and got all kinds of search results, including coloring book pages that you can use to make your own pattern.

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    What a sweet gift. I know your sister will be excited when she opens it. Hope you are able to find the pattern.
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    A favorite. You can have fun designing each one to a special memory or theme. There are machine EMB files available to match the die.

    https://www.accuquilt.com/search?q=car

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    Here you will find lots of clipart (free images) that you could print and then have blown up.

    https://images.search.yahoo.com/imag...b&fr=yfp-hrtab
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    Thanks for all your info.
    Pat M.

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