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Re: OT: Iris Art


apearce@academy.net.au wrote:
> 
> Diana wrote:
> I also saw a REALLY nice pillow pattern of "An Iris Garden" in a stitch
> catalog last night that I want to order. It was 2:00a.m. so I don't recall
> what the
> catalogs name was. I am going to try & make a few for our convention's
> boutique.
> 
> Was this a cross-stitch pattern or a different type of embroidery?  I'm
> getting interested in silk-ribbon embroidery at the moment, and have done
> some TBs in my Silk Ribbon Sampler class.  Also, are the patterns you
> mentioned applique or piecing?
> 
> Ann
Hello Ann. Well, I finally got the pattern for the Iris cross stitch
pillow in the mail yesterday. Send me your snail address, & I'll send
you a copy of it.

Diana





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