Stitch, mom! Embroidery, Needlelace, Needlepoint

Athens, Greece

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Last updated on May 9, 2022

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Welcome to "Stitch, mom!"

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Returns and exchanges
If you are unhappy with your order, you can ship it back to me (at your cost) within seven days of its arrival and get a full refund of the purchase price.

I cannot be held responsible for items that are damaged or lost in shipping. If you purchase a handmade item and it arrives damaged, I can repair it if you send it back to me, but you will be responsible for all shipping charges.

Please ask any and all questions before making a purchase. I am happy to provide additional details or take additional photos of any of my items. Please inquire about anything you are unsure of!

In any case, please contact me before doing anything, and we will work out the best possible solution.

My email is stitchmomshop [!at]
Payment is accepted via PayPal only. Payment is expected within 3 days. If it is not received the sale will be cancelled. If you need an exception to this rule, please let me know by conducting me as soon as possible!
I always ship to your PayPal address unless you make a special request in the comment section of your order. This is Etsy's policy. All items are sent with the cheapest rates unless for some reason you request otherwise. I can also add insurance for an extra fee, upon your request. Each item is shipped in a protective bend-proof box mailer.

I am happy to ship internationally but please contact me for a shipping quote first.

If your order is a gift and you would like me to send it directly to a friend - just let me know! I would love to wrap it and add a special note. I love giving presents so I will always do this for free!
Additional policies and FAQs
How it is done!

The work is started by securing the heavier guiding lace tape onto a stiff background (such as thick paper) with stitches that can later be removed. The work is then built up using a variety of stitches - the most basic being a variety of buttonhole or blanket stitch. When the entire area is covered with the stitching, the stay-stitches are released and the lace comes away from the paper.