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K Koala embroidery pattern - Printable

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K Koala embroidery pattern - Printable

Description

Koalas are in crisis from the Australian wildfires. The fires have already burned over 15 million acres and much of that is in natural Koala habitats. Immediately, Koalas are in need of water, shelter, and medical care. 

To help raise funds, all proceeds from ordering the Koala Printable PDF Pattern on Penguin & Fish will be donated to "Australians for Animals". And a portion of the proceeds from the Koala paper iron-on pattern, and Koala materials bundle will be donated as well. We'll have a Koala stitch-along, and maybe we can even make a Koala Quilt to auction!

This listing is for the "Koala Printable PDF Pattern"

View other Koala Fundraiser products by clicking here.

 
Alyssa will be stitching the Koala design LIVE on the Penguin & Fish Facebook page on Saturday, January 25th at 4 pm Central time (for Australians: Jan 26th 9 am AEDT). Come stitch along. A replay will also be available at Youtube.com/penguinandfishmovies

 
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The 4 page PDF file includes an image of the finished embroidered pattern, a stitch and color guide, simple embroidery instructions, an easy to trace black and white pattern, and a black and white pattern in reverse for an iron on transfer pencil.

Skill level: Beginner (you can do it!)

Pattern measures 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches (approximately 11.5cm x 11.5cm), but you can enlarge or shrink the pattern to whatever size you like.

After checking out, you will receive an email that contains a link to download the pattern to your desktop or downloads folder. If you can't find the email, please check your Spam folder.

To view the file you will need to have Adobe Reader. You can download a free version of Adobe Reader here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

This pattern is for personal use only, please do not distribute. COMMERCIAL USE IS PROHIBITED. All designs ©Penguin & Fish

 

About "Australians for Animals"

"Australians for Animals" has been helping Koalas for over 30 years. Through their political, scientific, and legal endeavors, they were responsible for getting Koalas listed as "Threatened" under the US Endangered Species Act. I've been talking to their director and currently, they are "adopting" smaller Koala and other in-need animal shelters that aren't receiving the millions of dollars that larger or more social media savvy shelters are getting. They are helping provide food, medical supplies, and other needs that shelter volunteers are paying for now out of their own pockets. I'm excited that we can help some of these smaller, more-in-need shelters.

 

****Donations are not Tax-deductible****