Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Iron Bowl Jerseys

 Turn your Ellie May the Elephant into Big AL!

Turn your Maximus the Tiger into Aubie!

NEW! Available upon request, I have designed the Emblem for Tuskegee University. Just drop me an email and I am happy to send you a copy!

Hello, College Football Fans and fellow Alabamians! Football Season is starting soon! What better way to keep you busy during the pre-game shows than to sit around making these awesome Blankies with their Jerseys! Think of all those fans young and old that would be tickled to be able to hug Big Al or Aubie!

IRON BOWL JERSEYS is available for FREE when you buy either the Elephant of Tiger Blankie pattern!

And guess what?!?! If you have already bought them, it's still FREE!

Here's what you get!

 


AND the numbers and emblems are made to be extra special fast! You are just making one long chain and working into that chain then adding the border around the outside. EASIEST numbers ever!

Here's the Links!
Add the Tiger + Jersey to your cart
OR
Add the Elephant + Jersey to your cart


No coupon required. The price of 
Jersey will be automatically subtracted.

Available in a special 3-pattern pack!


Nothing special to do here. There
will be 3 separate files to download.


Have other ideas how to use the numbers of Team Emblems?
Available as a lone purchase (RAVELRY ONLY) for only

Disclaimer
I make no claim of rights to or association with the University of Alabama, Auburn University, their respective sports programs, any mascots or symbols associated with any sports team, The National College Athletics Association or The South Eastern Conference. These patterns are intended as tribute by a fan and the designer is charging only for intellectual property, personal time, materials in testing, and crochet knowledge. No copyright infringement intended.

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