Compatible with the pattern software in all major brands of home embroidery machines, these 88 arresting images include skulls, skeletons, and other symbols of mortality from traditional Mexican lore. A quick way to embellish clothes, blankets, and other items, designs are shown in black-and-white an... read more
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Compatible with the pattern software in all major brands of home embroidery machines, these 88 arresting images include skulls, skeletons, and other symbols of mortality from traditional Mexican lore. A quick way to embellish clothes, blankets, and other items, designs are shown in black-and-white and in different color combinations.
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