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A fancy version of the baseball cap.  The svg file also contains the option for a simple version with stitching directly on the structure (if not using decorative panels)

Instructions are included in the zip file along with the svg file. 

Date 2019-03-19
File Size 3.76 MB
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Here's a new version of the baseball cap.  This one has decorative panels, but you can still make the old simple version if you prefer. 

Instructions are included in the zip file as a .pdf.

Fancy: 

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Simple:

 baseball cap gift box

 

 

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A fancy version of the baseball cap.  The svg file also contains the option for a simple version with stitching directly on the structure (if not using decorative panels)

Instructions are included in the zip file along with the svg file. 

Date 2019-03-19
File Size 3.76 MB
Download 733

Date 2019-02-21
File Size 2.47 KB
Download 380

napkinfold1

napkinfold2

Hand to go with the Zen Heart designed by Troy D. Young at svgspot.com

(click the zip for details)

Date 2019-02-10
File Size 19.01 KB
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zen heart hand tn 640x480

baby alpaca picture

I made this as a doodle cut for my daughter, who loves spinning and alpacas. It took about 2 hours to weed. 

The white background is optional. The zip file contains the svg format cutting file.

Date 2019-01-24
File Size 193.55 KB
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lulav and esrog

I made this as a decoration for our sukkah and just wanted to make it available to any other crafters who might want to make use of it for their own sukkah. 

If you don't know what a sukkah is, you probably don't need it. LOL, but the short answer is that it is a temporary dwelling that is part of one of the Autumn Jewish holiday celebrations.  (You might have heard it referred to as the feast of tabernacles -- the sukkah being the tabernacle.)   The lulav and esrog (citron) play a role in the prayer services for the holiday, which is called "Sukkot" (the plural of sukkah)    No instructions, but the layering should be pretty obvious if you study the picture.   If you celebrate Sukkot, "Chag Sameach!"

Author Susan Zakar
Date 2018-09-13
File Size 11.48 KB
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