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St. George’s Day Stitching Crafts

The Irish have just celebrated their patron saint’s day.  Now it’s time for the English to celebrate theirs. April 23rd is St. George’s Day in England.  He has been the patron saint of England since 1415 AD when English soliders … Continue reading

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A Stitching Mistake or Your Unique Touch? You Decide

I’ve been doing needlework of some kind for 40 years now and I still get excited when starting a new project.  I love every step of it.  I spend sometimes up to an hour trying to decide which of the … Continue reading

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My First Sewing Project

Hello, everyone.  It’s good to be home again. I’ve just returned from a family holiday in Cornwall on the English coast.  It is a magical place of golden beaches, crystal blue waters, wonderful scenery, ancient history, hearty food, in short, there’s … Continue reading

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Feeding Time by Designs by Gloria & Pat, Inc.

Click now to see the latest addition to my Needlework Gallery.  I got the pattern for this farmyard family from a chart leaflet entitled ‘Little Things Count™…’, Day After Day, 3rd Collectors Series, LTC 11.  I discovered it at a … Continue reading

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‘Something Old, Something New’ by Paula Vaughan

I am happy to announce the Grand Opening of My Needlework Gallery. My first submission for my Needlework Gallery page is my cross-stitch of Paula Vaughan’s ‘Something Old, Something New’.  This was my second Paula Vaughan creation.  The nostalgic feel … Continue reading

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Coming To A Website Near You

I am currently in the process of putting together a Gallery page which will display the various needlework projects I have produced over the last 20 years.  It will also show future stitching when they are completed. As my finished … Continue reading

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My Introduction To Needlework

I was nine years old when I first picked up needle and thread.  My first project was a crewel embroidery kit that my mother had started and then shelved.  I looked at the photograph, examined the materials I had to … Continue reading

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