Unicorns Iron-On Transfer Patterns

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Dover Publications, Incorporated, Aug 1, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
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Needleworkers, home decorators, and other craftspeople will find these charming unicorns easy to apply to any surface that absorbs ink-and just the thing for transforming the mundane to the magical. The imaginative designs depict the splendid single-horned creatures as heraldic devices, sea horses, sea monsters, carousel animals, bold steeds for gallant knights-even high-flying Pegasuses. They are shown rampant, reposing under a tree, gracefully cavorting with a mate, snorting, pawing the air, leaping over a rainbow, and in other poses. Easy-to-follow instructions. 24 plates. 48pp. printed in transfer ink on one side only.

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L. S. King has been published in Deep Magic, The Sword Review, Dragons, Knights & Angels, Digital Dragon Magazine, Residential Aliens, and more. Two of her stories were selected for The Sword Review's "Best of..." Anthologies. She has worked as a submissions editor and a copy editor on several magazines and was a founding editor of the online magazine, Ray Gun Revival.

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