Vintage Girl Scouts
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Vintage Girl Scouts

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Pattern and/or copy is not for sale.

This vintage Girl Scout design set is based on my personal collection of a 1943 embroidery transfer (see Below). The sampler was hand worked by a group of Girl Scouts in the 1940's and is on display at the Girl Scout Museum in Savannah, Georgia. (see photo below) This pattern was never included in the Girl Scout catalog  as indicated on their website and the embroidery pattern company is no longer in existence. I am very proud to take a part of history and recreate it using today's technology.

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You must download the file to your computer, unzip the file and have a way to transfer the design/s to your embroidery machine. All design formats and sizes are included in a single zip file. Duplicated a design? This cart does not alert for duplicate orders or past purchases. However, a store credit, substitution or refund will be made at the sellers discretion with seven days of purchase.  This does not include duplicates if purchasing a special bundle offer. If you need help please contact me.

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Featured positive reviews:

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For Any Girl Scout 11/15/2017
By Heather Woods
These vintage Girl Scout embroidery designs were just what I was looking for! I am put them on tea towels as a wedding present for my niece (who is an avid scouter) for her bridal shower gift. I am also going to put some of them on her quilt (wedding gift).
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