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    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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2636 How do I set them up http://kindleren.com/thread-75446-1-1.html 2012-12-24 00:06:42 75446

Hanne

What a lovely design :-) I like both colourways, but I think the red is my favourite :-)

stitchlover

Nicely done! Enticed me to start stitching!

Michelle

Love it!! How adorable!! On my wish list to get!! Very cute indeed!

May Britt

Just ordered this pattern from you + another new one for me. Looking forward to start stitching this one :)

jo in tas

Wow Joan did that in 2 nights, looks gorgeous, i love prairie points!

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