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Thread: Where To Buy Redwork Patterns?

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    Where To Buy Redwork Patterns?

    Will be gone most of Dec & thinking I might try redwork.Tried Google, didn't get much response. Maybe a Welcome Spring or some such to make sofa pillows for DD.
    Thanks for any ideas.
    Pat

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    Patti

    Check out this web site. http://www.grandmasatticquilting.com/Redwork.htm

    I really like this store.
    Janelle

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    Birdbrain designs has some really cute ones and there's crabapple hill and bunny hill you can find them on the web with google.

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    Hobby Lobby carries them in store and on their website. Most are right around $2. HTH
    Jane
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    Try Googling Bee Tree Designs. She has some cute patterns. I think I downloaded the basket ones off Flicker. I will see if I can find the link...

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    her blog is:

    http://beetreedesigns.blogspot.com/

    Right click on the page you want to print , and then on 'open link'. That will open it up as a whole page and you can print it out. Check out her designs for sale too. I am thinking of downloading "Jan's Elves'. Its SO cute!

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    There are many free designs available too. I just googled free redwork designs under the images tab, and there's lots there.
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    Did you check out Red Brolly, she has some cute redwork.
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    I love this site. Lots of free redwork.

    http://thepaintedquilt.blogspot.com/
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    Thank you for the recommendation Beth, all smiles here!!. Here's the link, beetreedesigns.blogspot.com there are lots of freebies look for the freebie label down left side, including the baskets, Pennies for Rylee and there are also some patterns to buy as instant downloads, some only available in stores. There are some quick stitch ornaments tagged with a HOW label(Hexagons of the Week). Some other freebies are tagged with a Mystery Monday label. Have fun stitching! Cyndi

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    There are lots of free patterns for Redwork but money is well spent for any Crabapple Hill patterns. There are also some embroidery panels available on line that you can Redwork over the lines.

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