Depression Era Embroidery Transfers Nursery Story Quilt Designs 1930s

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Original Depression Era Embroidery Designs c1930

12 Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Characters

Newly Republished as Iron-on Transfers

Not Readily Available to Needle Artists for Over 77 Years!

Why buy Just One?

Receive a 50% shipping/handling discount, on all items in your order after the first purchase, providing all are paid for in a single payment as invoiced!

Up for your consideration is one of the first sets of our NEW PRODUCT LINE of Genuine Depression Era Embroidery Designs which were originally offered for sale to needle art lovers c1930!

These incredibly charming 12 Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Fancywork Quilt Block Embroidery Designs were originally sold in the 30s and have not been offered for sale for over 77 years! However, we strove to make them available once again and can now offer you beautiful Depression Era embroidery designs in easy, ready-to-use, iron-on transfers!

Great for your needle working pleasures, home decorating and gift giving!

Perhaps you know of someone who loves to stitch red work, black work, art embroidery, etc., who would love to receive the transfer sheets themselves. Or, you might pre-stamp fabric goods for gifts in the form of quilt blocks, doilies, tea towels, potholders, table runners, dress shirts, bed linens, pillow cases, etc!

A perfect gift for that special child in your life!

Our Iron-on Transfer Products are made with a special process providing the user the ability to quickly and easily transfer the designs via using a hot, dry iron. Or, preserve these images by investing in one of the various inexpensive transfer pen products available, or do as many women of previous generations did, trace the design using a pencil and light table or well-lit window.

All Transfer Products will arrive in a protective envelope clearly defining the contents, designs, etc. Instructions for using these transfers will be included for your convenience including fabric suggestions and more!

The dimensions of this set's designs will be as originally produced and which comfortably fit a 9x9 inch square. Meaning the actual images are approximately 6x6 or a tad larger. However,if you desire these to be re-sized, larger or smaller, please let me know and I will list an eBay listing just for you!

This set of 12 Nursery Rhyme Designs include:

Little Bo-Peep

See Saw Margery Daw

This little Pig Went to Market

Old Mother Goose

Jack and Jill

Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary

Hush-a-bye Baby

Deedle, Deedle, Dumpling

Rain, Rain, Go Away

Little Miss Muffet

Old Mother Hubbard

Average review
May 20, 2017 by Liz Scott
Linda send me Dress Designing book ii order the depression era embroidery tranfers nursey story quilt designs 1930 -how do i send this back and get what i purchased? thanks shirley martikn
Oct 26, 2011 by A fellow maker
Thank you.
Aug 30, 2011 by A fellow maker

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Preparation takes 5-7 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Out-of-country: 1st Class International Air Mail.


Within USA customers: PayPal, money order and personal check.

Out-of-country customers: PayPal only.

International buyers are responsible for their country's custom duties. We do not mark merchandise shipments as "gift" on the USPS Customs form. Combined shipping is available for all Dakota Prairie Auctions ending within 48 hours. A 50% s/h discount will be automatically applied to each item after the first purchase in all combined orders.

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Returns due to manufacturing defects only.

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Thank you my wonderful customers!

Just an FYI that I'll have go on vacation mode due to upcoming surgery on my eyes. :p No fun but no choice anymore.

Surgery date is February 9th, 2016 and I most likely will start the vacation mode a few days earlier. My Ophthalmologist tells me 4 weeks but if I can I'll open up sooner (I'm kinda like that, wanting to be able to pay the doctor bills means pushing myself as much as I can).

Thank you for understanding and best regards,