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Pansy d283

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Pansy d283

Post  Ev on Mon 19 Mar - 10:20

Thanks to Fee for checking out a boxed set of this that Theona got at the Whanganui Collectors Fair, we now know the name of this ever so retro pattern.

I am putting this photo into the gallery as I have not been able to locate the thread and pic that Glenys loaded in 2012.

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Re: Pansy d283

Post  JanPots on Mon 19 Mar - 12:03

wow... that's cool. good spotting Fee
This was one of my first patterns, of the vast collection of patterns!!

I got a BB plate given about 9 years ago; then by chance, several cups and saucers in the op shop.
Its still one of "many" favorites & now it has a name... yay !!!
I had it filed under "Yellow Funky" but Pansy d283 sounds better hahaha
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