Mailed Punch Needle Paper Pattern Blue Bird Fraktur Weavers Cloth

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Made in Newburg, Pennsylvania

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A mailed punch needle pattern with the look of a Pennsylvania Fraktur from the 1800's! Comes with the Weavers cloth. A mirror effect with a blue bird and some flowers. I choose to punch the design with Valdani variegated threads to give it a nice warm primitive look.
It measures 7 1/2-inches by 5-inches. Instruction on how to mount it onto a board.

Thread kits will be available shortly!

Designed by Teresa Miller for Teresa's Primitive Treasures

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May 30, 2017 by John Brooks
Nov 3, 2016 by pat8529

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