Episode 1504

May 27, 2006

Stitchery Pillow

Stitchery Pillow - Needle Arts Studio

Name: Mary Ann Blackburn

Web Site: www.dmc-usa.com
e-mail: dmcusa@dmc.fr

Address: The DMC Corporation
S. Hackensack Avenue
Port Kearny Bldg., 10F
South Kearny, NJ 07032-4668

Telephone: 973-589-0606
Fax: 973-589-8931

Stitchery Pillow - Needle Arts Studio

Shay's Clothes: Raspberry blouse with purple sweater.
Guest's Clothes: Navy blue DMC logo shirt.
Name of Kit: Lollipop Flowers by Kristin Nicholas. Design screened on 100% linen with Paternayan wool threads. Available at local craft stores. More designs email: agetz@jcacrafts.com

Stitchery Pillow - Needle Arts Studio
Supplies shown on air: Crewel embroidery pillow and DMC threads.

Darling Shrug Jacket

Darling Shrug Jacket - Needle Arts Studio

Name: Kathleen Sams

Web Site: www.coatsandclark.com

Address: Coats & Clark
Consumer Services
P.O. Box 12229
Greenville, SC 29612-022

Telephone: 800-648-1479

Darling Shrug Jacket - Needle Arts Studio

Shay's Clothes: Raspberry shirt with white and blue shrug jacket.
Guest's Clothes: Black top with orange and brown shrug jacket
Pattern: MODA-DEA Crochet Shrug Jacket. Available at: www.coatsandclark.com

Darling Shrug Jacket - Needle Arts Studio
Supplies shown on air: Yarns used were: Moda-Dea “Frivolous and Spellbound” and Red Heart “Light & Lofty”. Kathleen used an “M” hook and said this is a fine project after making a scarf.

Basic Cross Stitch

Basic Cross Stitch - Needle Arts Studio
Kathleen Sams from Coats and Clark is back once again with the Ogee-Oh-My Afghan, for crocheters to drool for. The pattern and materials that Kathleen is using in this episode are available online at www.coatsandclark.com.
Basic Cross Stitch - Needle Arts Studio

Shay's Clothes: Raspberry top with raspberry and white sweater
Mirror Kits from: Ann Brinkley Designs
3895 B North Oracle Road
Tucson, AZ 85705

Email: annebrinkleydes@aol.com
Basic Cross Stitch - Needle Arts Studio
Supplies shown on air: Shay used Violet kit HBMK17 and DMC 6-stranded floss to cross-stitch the flower onto the canvas. She showed how to read the chart and start the design.

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