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    anyone know where I could find this pattern at? Thanks36DA5224-FBE4-465A-96DC-50091DBF780E.png

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    That is a commercial product, so I doubt that pattern is available for sale. I hope I'm wrong.
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    • #3
      You don't need a plan for that. It's right there... Now that would be stealing. Stealing is bad. Perhaps you could design a plan for yourself inspired by the design.
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      • #4
        It looks a little like a Sue Mey pattern but it isn't. She does have some good themed clock patterns though.
        Keith

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        • #5
          Do you want it because it’s a clock or it’s a sewing themed clock? If you’re a sewer, look around at your supplies and design your own or have someone design it for you.
          Betty

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