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Moose Gone Fishing - Accents APPLIQUE PATTERN - raw edge fusible template digital PDF instant download

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Moose Gone Fishing - Accents

This is an APPLIQUE PATTERN with reversed templates for fusible applique.

Provided in the PDF is a placement guide and all of the Moose Gone Fishing Accents words/sayings.

Sized to compliment the large size of the Moose designs - easily resize to your liking.

PDF is formatted to print out on 8.5" x 11" size paper - normal size.

Applique pattern was created from licensed artwork by Cheryl Seslar.

Additional pictures feature completed wall hangings using Moose designs/patterns offered by Digi Needlework.

Currently all of the Moose Applique patterns are only available from Digi Needlework.


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