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AMoD Embroidery Society ‘Turtle’

Donald Clark, a key figure in the Sydney art scene during the 1960s and 1970s, is known for his retro style designs and napery products that became staples in many Australian homes. His “Turtle” design is now available for the first time as a downloadable embroidery pattern, allowing crafters across the World to incorporate his iconic style into their projects.


Items included in purchase are:

1 x digitised and downloadable version of an original hand drawn design held in the design library archive of the Australian Museum of Design.  

Designs have been professionally digitised in Australia and saved for machine download in 6 different formats:

.JEF, .EXP, .VP3, .DST, .PES, .XXX

Multiple download sizes and break-outs of individual elements are included

Ability to download purchase a maximum of three (3) times.

1 x PDF of production summary including hoop sizes, thread counts and thread colour suggestions

1 x PDF Australian Museum of Design digital ‘Certificate of Authentication’ for the AMoD Embroidery Society embroidery design.

Terms and conditions form part of this purchase.

Australian Museum of Design Embroidery Society Certificate of Authenticity
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