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Simplicity Pattern 1027 Felt Flowers

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This felt flower pattern is sure to have the flower you are looking for. Pattern includes daffodil, daisy, mums, sunflower, poinsettia, pansies, zinnia, rose and rose bud, plus bonus snowflake. Simplicity pattern. Available as a printable pattern—for more information, see Printable Sewing Patterns.

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Simplicity Pattern 1027 Felt Flowers is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Pattern is Great - Platform no! The thing about this pattern is that I ended up paying for it twice because I was unable to access with their third party system that controls the downloads of their products. Originally, I purchased the pattern online and thought I would try out the system here. Then when I was unable to get the pattern even by the next day, I opted to just go purchase this at JoAnn. Having not done a lot of these kinds of crafty flowers, it was worth it because the pattern is really easy to use and the shapes are all set for you. In future, I will be very wary of purchasing any pattern from Simplicity's online system where you can print on demand. No, you have to have compatible computer for the third party system they go through (PC, I work on a MAC), additionally you don't get it instantly, you have to wait until the 3rd party emails you information on how to access the pattern and from there you only have access to the pattern for 2 or 3 years instead of a lifetime. It's really really dumb! With all the other platforms that do this better you would think Simplicity would get with the times! Love Simplicity, but PDF patterns are completely inefficient through this site.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible pattern, no explanation how to cut This is a horrible pattern. There's no explanation how this is to be cut out. My only guess is it has to be photocopied then cut out. This is the first pattern I have ever had like this. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2016-03-10
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