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ABC Bears by Design Works

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  1. Intricate

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  2. Hurrah for icecream. Your teddies are so sweet.

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  3. I is for Identical Twin Bears, Ingesting Icecream…

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  4. claire93

     /  June 5, 2016

    lovely and it’s turned into icecream weather here today, so perfect ^^

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  5. Icecream – I could do with one too, 25 degrees here πŸ™‚

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    • I’ve got a box of Cornish ice cream in the freezer πŸ˜ƒbut I may as well be sitting in there myself today brrrr. We’ve had to switch the heating on again.

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  6. Very cute bears eating ice cream πŸ™‚

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  7. Isabel's Needleworks

     /  June 6, 2016

    love these bears…I can think of another thing I is for πŸ˜‰

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  8. immaculate and incredible:)

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  9. I is for “Ice-cream” or “Ice-Kachang”–> local dessert.. which I soooo need here at a 34 deg. C temperature.. ~phew

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  10. Adele

     /  March 17, 2018

    Hi I’ve just finished this sampler myself. It’s took me years to complete and it’s very dirty and needs to be washed. I’m petrified. Did you wash yours and if so was there any bleeding from the yarns? Appreciate your help.

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    • Hi Adele, Well done on getting it finished πŸ™‚ I never need to wash needlework as I work on a frame and keep it bagged when I’m not sewing. It’s easy to keep clean on a frame. I seem to remember reading on the instructions to wash some of the threads before use (maybe the reds/blues). All I can suggest at the moment is to tie some of your leftover threads around a small piece of aida then wash it and see what happens before risking your lovely sampler. I’m wondering whether you have a blog. If so, write a post about it. If not, I’d be happy to ask the blogging community on your behalf here if you’d give me permission to quote your comment. I know they’d be willing to share their methods.

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