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Albemarle in Miniature

It’s always fun to find out what neat things are being done with designs after they leave my hands, and I love seeing all the different selections which stitchers make. Back in February at the Nashville market, a shop owner from the Netherlands shared what her plans were for one of my most popular designs […]

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Garden Traditions – Poplar Parke

Inspired by one of Virginia’s most beautiful plantation homes along the James River, you’ll enjoy working through the formal garden areas in this blackwork fill sampler. Model stitcher: Stacey Wells Poplar Parke – BS-1102 Part of the Garden Traditions Series. Try out these samplers based upon antique formal gardens, filled with beautiful original blackwork fills. […]

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Garden Traditions

Garden Traditions continues…

The business of needlework keeps you working constantly on multiple levels – as does any business. Designers not only work on designs, but also must work on marketing, finances, models, and distribution. Of course, we’ve all gotten in to this business because of our love for “the design”. Well, the most exciting part for me […]

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Garden Traditions – Albemarle

Finding inspiration in one of Virginia’s treasures, the traditional garden layout is surrounded by a border showcasing some of the architectural elements found on the plantation. Model stitcher: Debbie Draper Albemarle – BS-1106 Part of the Garden Traditions Series. Try out these samplers based upon antique formal gardens, filled with beautiful original blackwork fills. Play […]

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Garden Traditions – Brandon

First in a series sure to please, Brandon is garden filled with many of Sally’s original blackwork fills. The traditional garden layout, is surrounded by a border inspired by one of America’s oldest plantation gardens along the mighty James River in Virginia. Model stitcher: Debbie Draper Brandon – BS-1101 Part of the Garden Traditions Series. […]

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