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Vintage 40s Embroidery Transfer Pattern Kitchen Fruits Cherries Anthropomorphic MSK-306

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This listing is for a large single sheet professional reprint of my original embroidery transfer pattern for kitchen veggies ~ the cutest anthropomorphic pattern you will ever find!!! Our research indicates that the copyright restrictions for this pattern expired long ago and were not renewed, making it in public domain. This pattern dates to the 1930s and was original produced by Laura Wheeler. You will receive one large sheet. This pattern features kitchen veggies fresh from the garden! Six different motifs. Our professional embroidery transfer reprints are made with a special printing process that allows you to transfer the pattern with a hot dry iron, just like originals! No more tracing (unless you have more time than I do). The transfer is gray black in color and will fade with time. The last photo shows how you might make up these motifs on kitchen tea towels. These old transfer designs are so much cuter than the new ones available at stores today. Please see photos of this rare transfer pattern! It may be just the one you have been looking for to create ~ perfect for craft shows, church bazaars and gifts! What a great accent piece for any Country kitchen.
This listing is for a large single sheet professional reprint of my original embroidery transfer pattern for kitchen veggies ~ the cutest anthropomorphic pattern you will ever find!!! Our research indicates that the copyright restrictions for this pattern expired long ago and were not renewed, making it in public domain. This pattern dates to the 1930s and was original produced by Laura Wheeler. You will receive one large sheet. This pattern features kitchen veggies fresh from the garden! Six different motifs. Our professional embroidery transfer reprints are made with a special printing process that allows you to transfer the pattern with a hot dry iron, just like originals! No more tracing (unless you have more time than I do). The transfer is gray black in color and will fade with time. The last photo shows how you might make up these motifs on kitchen tea towels. These old transfer designs are so much cuter than the new ones available at stores today. Please see photos of this rare transfer pattern! It may be just the one you have been looking for to create ~ perfect for craft shows, church bazaars and gifts! What a great accent piece for any Country kitchen.

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Vintage 40s Embroidery Transfer Pattern Kitchen Fruits Cherries Anthropomorphic MSK-306

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  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
  • Craft type: Embroidery
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