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July 29, 2010


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Wow... Some really incredibly talented needleworks in that link above. I just recently learned how to stitch from my mothers aunt who is a Trustee at Maricopa County AZ Sale Community school.
... I'm supposed to stitch 3 frames to a quilt that was started last year... I don't know what piece of nostalgia, yea cherished fabric to attach... Old jeans are not original.

Thx for the ideas.


This is awesome. My mother was an avid needlepoint fan, and also created many quilts in her life. I was in the process of teaching her how to search the web and find these kind of resources when she suddenly passed. However, she would have loved this.

Thank you for the images and the article. I think these crafts are an important part of our history.

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