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  1. 256001

    Boteh Beauty,

    Starting at: £6.95

    The enigmatic motif we know as paisley has been found on textiles dating from the times of the Anccient Egyptians and has become known all over the world from it roots in Persia, The motif goes by many names such as boteh or buta and in the Indian subcontinent it is known as the mango seed. Learn More
  2. 250001

    Clarice Crocuses,

    Starting at: £6.95

    In 1928 Clarice Cliff added some bold and bright strokes of colour to a piece of pottery and the Crocus range was born. It was in production and for much of the following decade, twenty painters worked the design week in, week out. The hand painting was evident in the sumptuous petals which appealed to customers as well as range's cheerful colours. The crocuses have a folk art look which contrasts with Cliff's other designs in the Bizarre range. This wonderful trio will be perfect for any lover of antique ceramics or indeed for any home which will be enhanced with a touch of springtime colour. Learn More
  3. 221004

    Cobalt Blue

    Starting at: £6.95

    The beauty of blue and white has been appreciated for centuries in Europe Learn More
  4. 183006

    Dutch tile

    Starting at: £6.95

    Recreate a design inspired by an old blue and white tile that uses the same tone of blue. Learn More
  5. 161005

    Floral Lace,

    Starting at: £6.95

    Create a lovely lacy-looking cushion with just one shade of thread to add a romantic touch to a dressing table chair. The floral motifs are given a lift by the trellis background stitched in a classic Blackwork filling pattern. As there is only one shade of thread, there is no constant referring to a key and no piles of thread to search through, making it a simple stitch yet with an intricate look. Learn More
  6. 223001

    Jolly Mittens

    Starting at: £6.95

    Warm woollen mittens are everyone’s favourite thing in the depths of winter! Learn More
  7. Oriental Air

    Oriental Air

    Starting at: £6.95

    This elegant fan has a distinctive Japanese influence with the beautiful peony motifs that adorn it. Learn More
  8. 181001

    Porcelain Jugs,

    Starting at: £9.95

    Blue and white is such an elegant combination and it is perhaps the most admired and collected of antique porcelain. This collection of ten antique jugs are different in shape and pattern, forming the ideal subject for a Blackwork inspired embroidery. The use of breaking up of the pattern and using a lighter thread in places creates shading and gives the jugs a three-dimensional look. Learn More
  9. Porcelain Plates,

    Porcelain Plates,

    Starting at: £9.95

    Blue and white porcelain is perennially popular ever since it started to be imported into Europe from the Orient centuries ago. With this fine design you can admire ten beautiful plates without fear of breakage! The plates are all recreated in Blackwork which is the perfect medium for depicting the ornate and filigree patterns that decorated porcelain for hundreds of years. Learn More
  10. 204006

    Porcelain Treasures

    Starting at: £6.95

    Admire the colour, shape and sheen of these three antique vases in your home, safe in the knowledge they will never get broken or cracked Learn More
  11. 245001

    Teatime Elegance, 245001

    Starting at: £6.95

    It is rather wonderful that the traditional china cup and saucer is firmly back in vogue. With the rising popularity of mugs, the fate of the bone china tea service looked bleak, but with the revival of afternoon tea, these delicate pieces are definitely here to stay. Learn More
  12. Textile Treasure

    Textile Treasure

    Starting at: £6.95

    Everyone admires the handwoven kelims seen at antique fairs and now you can have one on the wall of your home with this wonderful Cross stitch version. Learn More
  13. 239003

    Venetian Lace

    Starting at: £6.95

    Venice was the fashion and lace capitalof Europe in medieval times and the glorious needle and bobbins laces made there were prized by the rich and the aristocratic. Here using the wonderful effect of "Blackwork on White" the intricacies of Venetian lace can be easily recreated in stitches. Learn More
  14. Victorian Tea Cups

    Victorian Tea Cups

    Starting at: £6.95

    Catalogues of household goods from Victorian times have a grand choice of tea cups and saucers. They come in many shapes; rounded, fluted and squared with plain or fancy handles. Every household would have had their best tea set and others for everyday use. It seems a little sad that we have lost such decorative pieces in many of our houses today, so what better than a stitched picture to show off a handsome collection. The designs can be used individually for greetings cards and other similar items and are, of course, wonderful for using up oddments of threads. Learn More

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