Ceramic business-card holder, designed and created by my daughter Audrey, a student at Pratt College of Art and Design

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  1. Punkie Spencer says:

    I’m interested in the angel gowns. For some reason I can’t get it to save. Is there anyway you can email me the pattern please. Thank you. Punkie Spencer

  2. 7pinedesign@comcast.net says:

    Hi Punkie, I’ve sent the link by email, please let me know if you have trouble opening it. If so, I can print and mail to you.

  3. Nancy Ceci says:

    I’ve printed out the 4 page pattern for Angel gowns. The 2″ test square is almost 1/4″ smaller than it should be. My printer doesn’t have an enlarge option for this pattern. Do you have any suggestions for increasing the sizes?

  4. 7pinedesign@comcast.net says:

    Hi Nancy! I’m sorry, I don’t know how to enlarge the pattern…..I just reprinted it to check the size and mine prints out fine. Can I send it to you in the mail? You can send me your address privately at 7pinedesign@comcast.net

  5. alice Myers says:

    Hello , we have printed out your fantastic patterns for the angel gowns and they are simply perfect . Thank you so much for sharing this . We have decided to have the pattern pieces cut out of clear acrylic so that we can re use them again and again and can see the embellishments on the gowns as we place , mark and cut . The company who are cutting these for us have asked if we can supply them with a dxf file rather than a p.d.f . Do you have this as a dfx file or only as a pdf. ? would really appreciate any help or advise that you could give us with this . Many thanks , from Alice at Shannon Angel Sisters.

  6. 7pinedesign@comcast.net says:

    Hi Alice, that sounds like a brilliant idea! I don’t have Autocad to create a dxf file, however my husband may be able to use another program such as Creo. He is travelling this week but has promised to look into it next week.
    I will keep you posted!

    Best regards, Janet

  7. 7pinedesign@comcast.net says:

    I did not forget you Alice, I promise! Well it turns out that the file needs to be vectorized before it can be saved as a dxf….which means it needs to be transferred line by line into Illustrator. I thought that my child could do that for me but it’s very time-intensive….I hope to learn enough Illustrator to do it though…..

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