Vintage Aloha Trailer PDF Hand Embroidery Pattern-Instant Download

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The Aloha Trailer Company began manufacturing Aloha trailers in 1954 out of Aloha, Oregon. Their sales slogan was “Built in the Northwest for the Northwest”. These NW canned hams featured wider drip rails & thicker plywood backing along the bottom edges which equipped them better suited to a “damp” climate.

This listing is for a PDF instant download. You will need Adobe Acrobat to download. As soon as your payment is complete, the pattern can be downloaded, printed, & is then ready to transfer to your project. If you wish, I will email or mail you the pattern & instructions instead of downloading. Include your name/address in the note section if you wish this mailed.

This 5 page pattern packet includes:
*pattern for tracing
*instructions for pattern transfer
* towel, stitch suggestions
* directions for fabric accent band

This vintage trailer pattern utilizes basic embroidery stitches & would be an easy beginner project. There are many very helpful hand embroidery tutorials available online that can get a beginner embroiderer started or refresh/update a veteran’s embroidery skills. A few online resource sites will be provided in the instructions.

Floss guide not provided so you can make your own color choices. Each finished creation will be unique & uniquely yours!

Pattern Terms of Use: All designs & patterns are copyrighted by me & are not to be given away, sold, or distributed. You may, however, sell any items made from this pattern if you will please credit or provide a link to The Shasta Shack. Thank you for supporting an independent designer!

Here is a list of the vintage trailer patterns available in my shop:
Shasta, Airstream, Boler, Cardinal, Deville, Aljo, Teardrop, Scotsman, Aloha, Kenskill, Westcraft, & Silver Streak.

Thank you for choosing a Shasta Shack embroidery pattern! Questions? Email me. I’m happy to help!

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Ever since "I Love Lucy" show portrayed Ethel & Lucy in runaway trailer, I have been hooked. Year later, I moved to Hawaii, so ALOHA in y system forever! Great concept & pattern.
Feb 7, 2018 by Beatrice Wotherspoon

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