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  1. Dot

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    Dot

    This decadent sheer marries fine, natural materials with full-coverage embroidery. An ordered pattern of dots is embroidered in high relief, selvedge to selvedge, on double-width linen ground. The dots are comprised of hefty wool/blend yarn and their woolen softness contrasts beautifully against the sheer linen. The purposeful negative (non-embroidered) space allows for perfect drape. Sheer weight. Double-width. Wool/Linen/Acrylic construction. In 5 colors. Learn More
  2. Block Party

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    Block Party

    Vintage artwork in the “Memphis style” inspired this striking, stylized cityscape. Machine embroidery outlines the design as it fills-in principal colors. A thick and specially-dyed accent yarn is then sewn-in by hand, creating tiny, energetic dots throughout. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose and Poly embroidery on weighty Cotton-blend ground. In 5 colors. Learn More
  3. Secrets

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    Secrets

    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 colors. Learn More
  4. Circuit

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    Circuit

    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 colors. Learn More
  5. Bark

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    Bark

    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. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose and Linen construction. In 4 colors. Learn More
  6. Jet

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    Jet

    As its name indicates, the motifs of this pattern, which combines print and embroidery, look like abstract fountain sprays or jets of water. Four tonal colors are first screen-printed by hand on a linen/cotton ground. Then, the shimmering sprays are embroidered on top. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose embroidery on Linen/Cotton ground. In 7 colors. Learn More
  7. Doodle

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    Doodle

    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 colors. Learn More
  8. BRIDGES

    Bridges

    To make this embroidery, skilled craftspeople first "space dye" loosely spun cotton yarns by hand. This special process creates colors and tones which evolve and bloom along each strand. The strands are then stitched down in an undulating linear arrangement which flows gracefully across the width of goods. "Bridges," at once modern and subtly ethnic, is both soft-spoken statement or ready coordinate for multiple schemes. Linen/cotton ground, cotton embroidery. Learn More
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