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Unread 05-12-2017, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default Anyone make a Duck Pierced Stitching Die?

Been kinda out of crafting for a while but it seems not long ago, pierced stitching dies in cute animal shapes were all the rage. If I am not completely delusional, does anyone remember who were the players and, in particular, if anyone had a duck shaped one? I have a GREAT idea for my Girl Scout troop's service project but a die that cuts felt would simplify it immensely. Thanks in advance!Jen
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Are you looking for a die that cuts in just one piece? Sizzix makes one that has multiple pieces and it is on sale at JoAnn.com.
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Sizzix Originals Die Duck | Jo-Ann

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0028Y5D44...a-306305746921
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LOL. Not sure what I am looking for - open to suggestions. Mostly it's just bothering me that I can't remember what that style of die is called. They seemed to have been all the rage not that long ago.
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This is the style I was thinking of. I think that chicken could be a duck if you blur your eyes and squint (and leave off the comb)

https://www.simonsaysstamp.com/searc...cy=USD&q=plush
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I think you got the name right-- I think they're called stitching dies, at least when they are special shapes. (For circles/squares/etc., I'd have just called them pierced.)

Papertrey Ink has some, though I don't think they have a duck per se. Here is a bird die they have.

Other than that, I'm not sure who's much into stitching. MFT maybe. Lawn Fawn maybe.

Any of those thin dies, though, should be able to cut a decent felt without too much extra effort.
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I searched "duck" at Frantic Stamper and came up with these (not all dies): Search Results for duck - Frantic Stamper Inc.
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Thanks, everyone. I think I am going with the penguin on Simon Says Stamp, I can see how I would modify it to be more duck-like.
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I knew I saw them somewhere...I think you might want to look under the title plush...

Here is memory box-but no ducky.


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I think the penguin can be modified. Thanks! That is exactly what I meant.
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