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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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March 07, 2014

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Helen Stubbings

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Hi Hildy, actually we (Jo and I) are flying into JFK  on May 9th and then doing a road trip to Pittsburgh with a night somewhere around Lancaster… After we are travelling to https://www.facebook.com/Quiltfoundry to teach the weekend after market. Maumee Ohio…. So where exactly are you Hildy?  

jo in tas

Aaww Shucks Helen, so sweet. We can go visit Hildy in NY see above!

Angela Bradbury

The countdown is on....only 50 sleeps until you are here in Bright!

Hildy Schwarz

It looks like such a fun day. The projects are adorable. When and where are you coming to the US? I hope your visit will be near me in the New York area

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