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Guitar CD Holder

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This is my design for a CD Holder. When project is finished it will measure 10 1/4" x 13 3/4". Divider in the middle, holds 2 rows of cd's. Each pattern is in color, with step by step instructions. Don't buy this pattern if you can't open it in a PDF file. PLEASE READ: This pattern is copyright protected, it is my original design! If you buy the pattern, please do not sell or distribute ANY copies of it in any form (whether it is by email, printing, copying or SHARING IN ANY ONLINE GROUPS). I am not selling the right to distribute, copy, sell, or SHARE my pattern/patterns. ALL PATTERNS ARE NON REFUNDABLE SO PLEASE READ DESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY stitch 3D SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10 1/4" x 13 3/4"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 6 pieces 7-mesh 12x18in. stiff plastic canvas
  • Worsted weight yarn in the following colors but the amounts are more then required for the model. 7 oz. linen, 7 oz, light blue, 7 oz. red, 7 oz. light green, 7 oz. black, 7 oz. light grey, 7 oz. dark gry, 7 oz. pumpkin, 7 oz. white.
  • tapestry needle

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brenda_sargent's Pattern Store
I was born in Worcester Massachusetts and raised in Carmel Maine and now reside in Hudson Maine. I have a daughter, 2 sons and 7 grandchildren. . My passion for plastic canvas started when I was a teenager and just recently decided to put my projects into patterns. My patterns are very unique. My very first attempt to create a project out of plastic canvas was a dog house for small dogs. After finishing my first original design, I was filled with the sense of satisfaction, fulfillment and pride of my own creation, it occurred to me that I could design and sell my creations. Imagine--create projects of the craft that you loves and provide unique and clever patterns for other crafters too!