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More burp cloths under construction!

I sold quit a few of my burp cloths this weekend, and now have the next group (I buy them in packs of 12) under construction.  This is a great time to let me know if you have an idea in mind for a burp cloth, without the extra $2.00 charge for a custom burp cloth.  I also now have these new designs available from Planet Applique:

Planet Applique's Reverse Circle Alphabet; this works wonderfully on onsies, baby caps, etc. 
Yorkie Terrier Puppy ; a very cute puppy (I am seeing several Tissue Cozies in this little guy's future)
Horseshoe; how about this design to go with "Cowboy Up" or "It only takes 8 seconds"?
Reverse Applique Designs; and these are going to be the cutest addition to onsies, and can't you just see a poodle skirt in the making?

Feel free to look at all the designs they have available at Planet Applique.  If you find one that would be perfect for a project you have in mind let me know, and  I will purchase the design to make a creation just for you!

There is a devious plot hatching in my brain.  I have a pair of Mr. Spunky Diva's shorts in my stack of mending to do.  Don't you think that a pair of ratty gym shorts just begs for a Reverse Circle "R"?  I wonder if it would be worth the repercussions.  Most definitely!  Stay tuned for pics...


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