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Fantasia – would you like to join us?

I’ll be teaching Fantasia for the Quinsippi Needleworkers in Quincy, IL April 12-14. If you’d like to have this project, you can either join us in Quincy, or take the class as a ghost. What is a ghost? A ghost is someone who can’t attend the class in person, but will get all the materials

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Happy Holidays!

Before things get too hectic I wanted to wish everyone the happiest of holidays! The holiday season is a time of joy, family, baking (and eating!), and fun, but it’s a busy time for all of us. I hope you’ll check out our free 2023 ornament chart, Sparkly Snowman: Sparkly Snowman Instructions This was fun

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A Tour of Tapestry Tastings – part 2

Have you ever stitched a swirl? Tapestry Tastings conquers this lovely stitch. It’s a little tricky, but the end results are so worth it! The border surrounding the swirl is a crossed scotch stitch, very colorful and sparkly in the Bold color way, and still lovely in the other three. This is just one of

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A Tour of Tapestry Tastings – part 1

We’ve just announced another new class in partnership with Shining Needle Society, and I’d like to escort you on a tour of this design! Tapestry Tastings is a tasting sampler of several different canvas stitches, all in easy to stitch bite sized blocks. I’ll show you several in the next few blog posts, starting with

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Finding other stitchers

Let’s face it, finding a “tribe” to stitch with makes it more fun! But a lot of us are isolated, remote, and how do we find our people? Recently a stitcher contacted me asking if I knew of any groups in her area, and I sent her a lot of information. Then it occurred to

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Just added to our online store – cross stitch!

Back in the day, when I was just starting DebBee’s Designs, I created a series of cross stitch charts for the holidays. I loved to decorate my house for the various special days, and my small children looked forward to changing out the decorations. I designed Banner Days for them. Banner Days were stitched on

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