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  • Tightrope

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    Tightrope

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    ITEM # 10359

    Undulating, embroidered lines and zig-zags, arranged horizontally, suggest the quiver of the tightrope as the artist struggles to maintain balance and composure, walking high above the crowd.

  • Lollipop

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    Lollipop

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    ITEM # 10360

    Space-dyed yarns are embroidered into highly dimensional round shapes, like lollipop sweets. The play of texture, color and light is - almost - good enough to eat.

  • Trapeze

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    Trapeze

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    ITEM # 10358

    Embroidered graphic, gestural motifs mimic the swaying, arcing, twirling motions of trapeze artists, performing high overhead.

  • Jester

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    Jester

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    ITEM # 10361

    A dynamic jacquard which splinters the usual diamonds of a harlequin pattern into a wild arrangement of triangles.

  • Circuit

    Circuit

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    ITEM # 10336

    Interconnected geometric shapes create a stimulating framework in this full-coverage embroidery. The pattern suggests a computer's circuit board, rendered entirely in thread. Densely packed satin stitches outline the shapes, while finer, simpler, straight stitches fill them. Multi-purpose weight. Shimmering Viscose on Cotton ground. In 6 colorways.

  • Echo

    Echo

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    ITEM # 10345

    Screen-printing sets a gleaming pattern of ripples onto the surface of this dimensional velvet. The design looks like sounds waves or echoes in graphic form. Metallic pigments contrast brilliantly against the short-cropped and practical Poly pile. Multi-purpose weight. In 5 colorways.

  • Bark

    Bark

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    ITEM # 10342

    Though at first it may appear as wild abstraction, this full-coverage embroidery took inspiration from the organic patterning of tree bark. The "wow-factor" starts with 9 colors of viscose yarn, which define and add texture to each motif. Then, a specially-made, thick and loosely spun accent yarn is hand-sewn into the surface, adding high relief. The result is a visual and tactile delight and an impressive tour-de-force of the embroiderer's art.

  • Doodle

    Doodle

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    ITEM # 10337

    A pattern of energetic line-work fills the surface of this easy-to-use embroidery. A single thickness of yarn is used throughout, while intersecting and overlapping stiches create both dimension and texture on the cotton satin ground. Multi-purpose weight. Rayon on Cotton ground. In 7 colorways.

  • Airbrush

    Airbrush

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    ITEM # 10344

    This novelty jacquard looks like it's been airbrushed with color. The effect, similar to spray painting, has been achieved entirely through color and weave. The nice dry hand-feel is the result of the multi-fiber construction which includes Bemberg (especially fine Rayon), Poly, Cotton and Wool. Multi-purpose weight. In 6 colorways.

  • Infinity

    Infinity

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    ITEM # 10343

    This impactful design convincingly mimics dyed batik fabric, but is, in fact, a cleverly-made jacquard weave. The widely-spaced, organic stripes suggest cascading water, ever in motion. Practical 100% Poly construction, feels and drapes like weighty linen/silk. Multi-purpose weight. In 6 colorways.

  • Secrets

    Secrets

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    ITEM # 10338

    This engaging embroidery features a parade of large-scale, patterned stripes. The myriad geometric motifs suggest a secret message or code hidden within. Each shape is comprised of densely-packed clusters of stitches which purposely shift direction to play with light. The ground cloth, unusual for embroidered goods, is fine viscose chenille. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose embroidery on Viscose ground. In 7 colorways.

  • MAJESTIC

    Majestic

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    ITEM # 10331

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New York's famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground.

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