We are one yet we are many

T. E. R. S.

I am starting a new group called "The Embroidery Rescue Society".  It is a wonderful excuse for diving into bins in Op shops and Antique stores to rescue old pieces, or even new pieces of embroidery.  I have blocked the bobbin lace and cleaned and starched one of my pieces I found at St Vinnie's store that cost me 50c.  To the person who made this piece -" it is beautiful and I appreciate all the love and skill you put into it."

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My friend Angela has joined the group as well.  Here are some pieces she rescued from a market in Germany.

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Wendy

I love old linens also. You should check out the quilt gallery at www.cindyneedham.com She turns vintage linens into miniature quilts. They are spectacular. She is associated with Superior Threads.

Carolyn Foley

Yes she is great. I did a workshop with her in Houston 2007 when she was launching her book. She is a fantastic quilter as well.

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