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Wholesale enquiries

  • Colourque'd daisy
    for wholesale and trade enquiries for Hugs 'n Kisses patterns and products please contact Pattern Press at info@patternpress.com.au www.patternpress.com.au PO Box 390 Lenah Valley Tasmania Australia 7008 +61 362787507

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April 08, 2012

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Cheryl

Lovely quilt

de

Congrats Helen!

Florence SCHNEIDER

A nice surprise for Easter !!
Florence

susan

Congratulations - what an achievement! (two years - but who's counting??)

quiltlodge gerda


That's great!

Sheryl W

Love this mag. Congrats on being a contributor. Wish I could figure out, as an Aussie,how I could be a subscriber.

Karen

Congratulations on the publication! I will have to look for this one at my LQS. Thanks for sharing.

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