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Posted by on Jul 8, 2009 in Crafty stuff, Embroidery, Printables & Downloads, Tutorials | 6 comments

I made a cross stitch pattern! Save America Shop Indie!

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There’s a music & book shop in my town that I like frequent called Rainbow. They are an independently owned store that’s been in business since the 70′s and one I’ve been going to since I was a kid. Indie is pretty important to them too and as a result they had these bumper stickers made up with the slogan ” Save America! Shop Indie!”. I have one hanging up in my office/studio (see it below). Well, I was inspired to make a cross stitch pattern based on the bumper sticker, after getting their permission of course.

Here’s what I came up with. Download a free printable pattern HERE!

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For personal use only. Please feel free to adapt the pattern if you live in another country. ;)

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Here’s the original Rainbow bumper sticker. You can see I added some color to mine.

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What do you think?  Please share if you end up using it.

 

6 Comments

  1. What a lovely idea! Thanks so much for sharing this pattern with us! I’ll be linking to this.

  2. I think that is SO cute. Hope to try it myself! :)

  3. Very cool! I think I’ll give it a shot in the next couple of days. :)

  4. I immediately thought of Rainbow when I saw the first picture on the Craft: blog. I, too, am a lifelong patron of Rainbow and I was reading, I thought there was no way it could be the same one! But it is! I had no idea this wonderful website was based in my hometown :)

  5. Hiya, neighbor!

  6. This is great, I will link to this!

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