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Wild Things: Free Software To Design & Print Patterns For Hats, Bags, Etc.

Wild Things: Free Software To Design & Print Patterns For Hats, Bags, Etc.
Free software to easily design and print patterns for hats, bags, footwear, and other fun stuff. Wild Things is now available on the iPad App store. FREE Wild Things Features Wild Things! is a fully functional FREE program for drafting patterns for hats, bags, wraps, footwear, and other accessories All of the patterns in Wild Things print to the dimensions you specify. It even has embroidery design planning tools to aid you in creating unique accessories for yourself and others.

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