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  1. Sue from Mesa


    Here's a photo of a sampler I've made as a Christmas present for a friend who is in her eighties. Her mother embroidered the RL sampler which was the inspiration for it. The usual wording is "Use it up, Wear it out, Make it do, Or do without," but I wanted to use the wording on the original. It's Pipers silk on 50 count evenweave linen, about 1 3/8" square. Sue from Mesa
  2. Sue from Mesa


    I hope this is the right place to put this, since most of the furniture shown is woodworking. I have just finished a hassock in the style of MacKenzie Childs for a Christmas gift. It's not an exact replica since I opted not to make 30 tassels or make the legs out of ceramic (not even polymer clay). I did print my own black and off-white striped silk, though. Sue from Mesa
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