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I learned to embroider when I was 13. My grandmother, Hazel, taught me. She is a creative woman who's made beautiful quilts, needlepoint chair covers, dish towels, linens, and clothing. I've framed some of her creations, and along with some of my own pieces, they decorate my home. I've begun making my own greeting cards and have loved scrapbooking for years and years. My arts and crafts are inspired by trips to the thrift stores and finding unique pieces to update and share with family and friends.

  • Female
  • Born on June 10
  • Joined December 28, 2011

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Embroidery Floss, Embroidery Stitches, Dish Towels, Napkins, Pillow Cases, Paper, Hot glue, Vintage Buttons, Silk Flowers, Ribbon, Beads, Transfer Patterns, Handmade Envelopes

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About

I learned to embroider when I was 13. My grandmother, Hazel, taught me. She is a creative woman who's made beautiful quilts, needlepoint chair covers, dish towels, linens, and clothing. I've framed some of her creations, and along with some of my own pieces, they decorate my home. I've begun making my own greeting cards and have loved scrapbooking for years and years. My arts and crafts are inspired by trips to the thrift stores and finding unique pieces to update and share with family and friends.

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