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BUNDLE - SET of 4 ALMOST A SUNFLOWER PDF PAPER - Longarm Quilting Pantograph
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BUNDLE : ALMOST A SUNFLOWER PDF PAPER is a Print-at-Home downloadable PDF to make a paper-based edge-to-edge pantograph pattern for use with Hand-Guided and Domestic Quilting Machines. 

A trip to my local farm to see the sunflowers is always a treat for me. Tall and majestic the sunflower heads are natures mathematically delight - something I can only dream to compete with. So, with this design I went as simple as I could. A few floral elements that suggest a sunflower seed head. Sometimes less is more right?

This listing is for a set of four Almost a Sunflower pdf variations.

In this bundled set you will receive four paper pdf pantographs to print at home.

You will receive :

  • 4.0" high alternate row reflected straight set panto
  • 4.5" high straight set panto
  • 4.5" high alternate row 50% offset panto
  • 6.5" straight set panto

The bundled set represents a saving of 25% on individual pricing.

Computerised formats of Almost a Sunflower are available here : COMPUTERISED

Each pdf pantograph is easy to print and construct at home. 

Print at 100% to maintain the pattern height or resize as required on your home printer. 

PDF patterns come with full instructions to make a continuous line design up to 120" and are designed for printing on A4 or Letter size paper.

Allow around 20 minutes to construct your pattern,

Should you need it a full tutorial is avilable here HOW TO PREPARE A PDF PANTOGRAPH

This is a digital download only and no physical product will be sent.

You will get the following files:
  • PDF (833KB)
  • PDF (825KB)
  • PDF (829KB)
  • PDF (825KB)

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I'm Tracey, and this is me just after an early morning swim.

The sea was cold, but the sun was out, and the sky was clear.

A perfect way to start the day!

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