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Lana Manis, a self-taught artist, has a love of nature, history, and simple pleasures and hopes to remind others of these joys. It is also her desire is to reflect the beauty and the blessings of the Lord in her designs. Lana’s handmade items have appeared in such well-known publications as Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Crafts, Romantic Homes, Stampington's GreenCraft, Early American Life, Victoria, Create & Decorate, Craftworks, and Arts & Crafts. She has been a Pattern Partner for National Nonwovens. Honeysuckle Lane patterns may be found in select needlework / quilt shops across the U.S. Honeysuckle Lane handmade wares are sold at The Ferrell Shop at Historic Jackson Square in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and at The Commissary in the little historic village of Rugby, Tennessee. Lana encourages buying from these shops, but does make a limited selection of items available via the internet. Thank you for visiting Honeysuckle Lane and come…

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  • Born on February 18
  • Joined July 23, 2006

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About

Lana Manis, a self-taught artist, has a love of nature, history, and simple pleasures and hopes to remind others of these joys. It is also her desire is to reflect the beauty and the blessings of the Lord in her designs. Lana’s handmade items have appeared in such well-known publications as Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Crafts, Romantic Homes, Stampington's GreenCraft, Early American Life, Victoria, Create & Decorate, Craftworks, and Arts & Crafts. She has been a Pattern Partner for National Nonwovens. Honeysuckle Lane patterns may be found in select needlework / quilt shops across the U.S. Honeysuckle Lane handmade wares are sold at The Ferrell Shop at Historic Jackson Square in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and at The Commissary in the little historic village of Rugby, Tennessee. Lana encourages buying from these shops, but does make a limited selection of items available via the internet. Thank you for visiting Honeysuckle Lane and come back often. Be sure to browse a while, where you're sure to find something unique to feather your nest or a gift for a dear friend. Each item is thoughtfully created in a non-smoking home.
Lana is honored to have her work selected several times for the Directory of Traditional American Crafts by Early American Life magazine. These items include 18th and 19th century inspired make-do pincushions and puzzle purse valentines. Lana will be adding these types of items to her etsy shop as time permits.

Visit Lana's blog: www.honeysucklelane.blogspot.com

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