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  • sappy
    I don't know if this will help, it was a small picture. I sent a copy to your email addy also.
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  • Birchbark
    Wow a bigger picture would sure help, tough when the pictures are this small.

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  • yuktuk
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    Pic to Pattern request Please and Thank You

    I tried myself to make this into a pattern but cant seem to get anything workable. the picture is of a little girl while she was in the hospital and I need the pattern minus the feeding tube. this is a request for a memorial pattern.
    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

    Please email any pattern to [email protected] thanks.

    Jim Yuktuk Murley


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