Vintage Red Ball Gown PDF- Hand Embroidery Pattern-

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Made in Summerville, South Carolina

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Inspired by the beautiful gowns of the 1950’s, this sashed waist ball gown would be
beautiful in any color. This design would look beautiful as wall art, on a throw
pillow, an apron or a even a block quilt. Approximately 7" tall however, the pattern can be shrunk down or enlarged as desired.

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Q: I want to make these to sell at a craft fair and put on my website - is that okay?
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