Scoop it Up! Traditional Applique Quilt Pattern
Indulge yourself with “Scoop it Up” and you won’t gain a pound.
Nine embroidery appliqués make up this frozen treat themed quilt.
Two quilt patterns are included to make a 23” x 55” table runner or a 60” x 80” quilt.
Does Not Contain Electronic Embroidery files on USB or CD-ROM!
Traditional Applique Embroidery Patterns
These patterns are specifically designed for use with traditional applique embroidery methods. These patterns contain a full size paper pattern for use with your favorite method of hand embroidery.
They DO NOT contain any machine embroidery files.
If you are looking for patterns to use with your embroidery sewing machine please have a look at our machine embroidery quilt patterns
|Dimensions||10 × 6 × .20 in|
We hope you enjoy making these quilts for your own personal use. This publication and designs are protected under federal copyright laws. When purchasing a Lunch Box Quilts pattern and designs you have been granted certain rights and privileges. You have the right to:
- Sew out the designs for your personal, non-commercial use.
(This means you cannot sew the designs on items to be sold.)
- Sew out the design on a gift.
- Change the size of the design to your personal preference.
You DO NOT have the right to:
- Produce any quantity of finished products for sale.
- Produce any quantity of finished products for use by others if offered for sale by others, this includes charities and non-profits
- Place the applique embroidery designs on any items for sale.
- Sell items with applique embroidery designs on ebay or etsy
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