$8.95

850-5 The Pachta Wee Veterinary Clinic
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Dr. Pachta is a real life Big People Veterinarian who came to the Wee Village to help the Wee Folk take care of their dragonflies, caterpillars, baby trolls (because no one is sure exactly what they are!), and lady bugs as well as friendly birds, bunnies and the occasional frog prince. Because he was worried about what to feed his patients he brought wheat and sunflowers from his home in Kansas so that now, the Wee Patients and Wee Folk not only have tasty toasted seeds, they can have good whole wheat bread to go with their nectar, honey dew and other good things.

This Wee Village-Pixie Pavilions block was designed in thanks for the wonderful care Dr. Pachta extended to my mothers 14 year old cat Simone. In caring for Simone, he helped ease my mothers last years enormously and for that I, Ken and Robby are very grateful. Dr. Pachta has been awarded national recognition for his care of felines and it seemed only natural that he should be within our Wee Village.
Margo & The Rose Family

The PDF file has 26 pages including a full color yardage chart and is a fast 637KB download.

This block is Part of the following Sets:
*** 850-Wee Village Pixie Pavilions BOM CD by Mail or PDF download
**** Wee Village Complete Collection BOM CD by Mail or PDF download

Other Wee Village Sets:
* 650-Wee Village BOM CD by Mail or PDF download
** 700-Wee Village Olde Towne BOM CD by Mail or PDF download

NOTE: Margo and Ken Rose have both passed away, proceeds from the sales of Margo's Patterns go to their son Robert.

Project Type: Quilt
Type: Applique (Contemporary)
Block Size: 14 1/2"
Approx Finished Size: 14"
Pages to Print: 26

In Stock: 300

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