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May 27, 2010

Something New for You!


There have been new additions to Victorian Embroidery and Crafts. I hope you enjoy!

A Stitch

Catch Stitch It was often used to catch the the edges of flannel hems or seams. This stitch goes be another name, do you know what it is? See Catch Stitch page.

A New Craft

Knitting Needle Case. Victorian ladies loved knitting and they loved cases and boxes for their special things. Their needlework items were no different. To keep their knitting needles safe and in good repair, they would make a knitting needle case to keep them in. Here is an original Victorian craft that will allow you to create a wonderful Victorian item quickly and easily. See Knitting Needle Case.

Question From A Reader

I have not received any answers to Valerie's question "Could you tell me why some designs face each other and others don't?" If you know the answer, please pass on your knowledge. Valerie, as well as other Redworkers, would love to know.

If you know the answer, just contact me. I'll share your answer with Valerie and post the answer in the next ezine.

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Until next time....

With warmest regards,


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