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Topic: Does anyone know where to find this pattern?  (Read 1727 times)
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NovaLee
« on: September 30, 2004 08:39:29 AM »

A couple years ago in a craft magazine I had the pattern to make wire people with embroidery floss for halloween shaping the wires to make a mummy, pumkin man, and a vampire. The wire body was one basic shape head, body, arms, and legs, but then you glue on differnt color embroidery floss and for the vampire felt for his cape. I cant recall how long the wire should be or the amount of threads to use I hope someone here knows what Im talking about and can help. Thanks
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