A few ideas for those who received money and just don’t know what to do with it! Or for anyone who likes to treat themselves to something special.
Atenti, sophisticated fabrics, smart design and all made right here in America.
Glass laying tools are a luxury but there’s no substitute when needing to lay threads in a large area such as a background. Glass tools are lighter in weight than steel, warm to the touch and best of all no sharp points to snag. I hang mine around my neck with a silk ribbon so no chance of it falling. Once you use one, you’ll never look back.
|Hand blown glass laying tool|
|Slimline lamp by Daylight
|Needlework system 4 frame clamp|
|table stand, floor stand and travel stand too!|
|Lowery Corner clamp|
|Suzy Murphy Surprise stitches|
|Needlework Sketch Book, notebook
Just a few totes……
|Carol Eix scroll frame bag|
|Large clear project tote bag|
|Holly Leaves by Puffin Co.|
Scissors, curved tip below as recommended by Tony Mineri (straight tip available too.) For true lefties the blue handle Dovo’s are your best cutting and snipping friend.
|Premax curved tip scissors|
|French Maid Needle Book kit|
|Germaine French Maid needle book|
|Kate Moineux table runner|
|Koi table runner, left side|
|Kate Molineux table runner right side|
Not into the cute stuff? Just a few classic canvas designs from inventory. Both exquisite for wall hanging and the Baroque for small stool top or pillow insert.
|Tapestry Fair Oriental Owl|
|Lois Caron Baroque w/threads|
Bold designs, traditional styling. This makes into a fold over clutch 6″ x 12″ when complete.
|Clara Wells clutch pink buds w/threads|
We can do fun too! The frame by Lisa Kraus makes this one unique piece.
|Ewe and Eye canvas with custom frame|
Books and more books, click on the link and see this and other books available.
|Trish Burr Color Confidence|