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Heirloom sewing supplies specializing in sewing for children, babies and preemies. Free vintage patterns. Martha Pullen, Nancy Coburn, Old Fashioned Baby patterns and books, Swiss batistes and other fine fabrics. Safely store your garments and textiles for the next generation using our Heirloom Naturals Acid Free Tissue Paper. Large, generous, 30" x 40" sheets of acid and lignin free,...
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Vintage crochet has enormous character which is displayed in various forms and styles. It is no wonder that antique patterns are sought after by those looking to recreate classic items from a past era. Fortunately there were a lot of books, magazines and patterns published between 1850 and 1950 that have preserved the diversity of crochet creations that represent the peak period of this fun...
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The FlipKlip book holders are a great gift and reading accessory, book holder, book marker and reading aid. Use FlipKlip at the gym as a treadmill book holder. Use it at lunch for reading hands free. At the office, it's handy for holding catalogs, reference material and during phone...
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I have had a passion for smocking, embroidery and heirloom sewing for many years, with several of my designs published in needlework magazines around the world. I must also confess to being a compulsive “fabricaholic” and would love to provide other sewers with a convenient way of obtaining...
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Needlework Samplers, Original Designs, Reproduction Designs, Sampler History Books, Needlework Stitch Books. Artist, author, teacher Eileen Bennett is a recognized expert in the art of sampler stitching, much sought after in the United States and abroad for her encyclopedic knowledge of historic...
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Lesley Teare has a degree in Printed and Woven Textiles works as a freelance designer for the retail trade, needlework and card companies. Lesley Teare has a degree in Printed and Woven Textiles and as well as teaching art has worked as a freelance designer for many years for the retail trade and card companies. For the past twenty years Lesley has concentrated on designing for the needlework...
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I have had a passion for smocking, embroidery and heirloom sewing for many years, with several of my designs published in needlework magazines around the world. I must also confess to being a compulsive “fabricaholic” and would love to provide other sewers with a convenient way of obtaining smocking kits, so I have decided to combine all the elements I love into a small business to provide keen...
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Most notable for the bright dyes and colors of yarn in the designs, it is also a durable type of embroidery that can be used for furniture, cushions, bags and some clothing. Berlin wool work started in Berlin, Germany, early in the 19th century. At first, the patterns were printed in black and white on a grid and later hand-colored. You can find Berlin wool work one page patterns published in...
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Heirloom sewing supplies specializing in sewing for children, babies and preemies. Free vintage patterns. Martha Pullen, Nancy Coburn, Old Fashioned Baby patterns and books, Swiss batistes and other fine fabrics. Safely store your garments and textiles for the next generation using our Heirloom Naturals Acid Free Tissue Paper. Large, generous, 30" x 40" sheets of acid and lignin free,...
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Use it at the gym as a treadmill book holder. Use it at lunch for reading hands free. At the office, it is quite useful for holding catalogs, reference material and during phone conversations. The FlipKlip can be an ergonomic book holder aid, permitting increased comfort in holding a book. Great as a knitting book holder, or for crochet, needlework and spinning. The FlipKlip Book Holder works...
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