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       This section of our site is devoted to shop models.  We add approximately 4 to 6 new models every other month to our ever growing collection. These are the current New Shop Models that we have added in our shop.  We do not always stitch designs which are new, just whatever strikes our fancy.  Because a pattern is old doesn't make it any less attractive.  If the pattern is still available, after stitching, we then feature it as a New Shop Model on our walls. We have had a few customers who were generous with letting us display there finished work in our shop.  Some of these designs will be show cased as well.

If you like the way our shop models look, we now have added a feature that you can purchase the pattern or we will offer as a kit including pattern, fabric, and floss just like our model.  Additional options exist that will allow you to purchase just the pattern, just the floss, or just the fabric. You are ONLY purchasing the materials to make the design, not our finished model.

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MODEL-FEEDING MY FRIEND
Since Diane Graebner retired, she has been issuing new patterns every so ofter - so when I had the opportunity to stitch this NEW RELEASE as a shop mode, I jumped at the chance. Isn' it cute. I custom framed with double mats and a black frame. I did use 16 Ct. White Aida rather than the 18 Ct. recommended
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MODEL-TROPICAL HIDEAWAY BUTTOM & BEAD KIT
Since I have been stitching Mill Hill Button & Bead Kits and really enjoying them, I looked through our stock and found this little tropical getaway and knew this was a winner. I framed in a premade Mill Hill frame and I glued the Tropical Kitty Ornament on the frame as shown on the packaging. Just loved the finished look, hope you all do too.
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MODEL-SPRING GARDEN
As I stated before, I love The Drawn Thread patterns, and when I was looking for some flowers to stitch, I would this garden for Spring. I loved the challenge as well as using the silk floss. Sometimes it is fun doing something different, not always an x - I will be doing more gardens from The Drawn Thread in the future. The frame is a custom brown.
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SHOP MODEL - BLESS AMERICA BUTTON & BEAD KIT
This kit from Mill Hill is an oldie but goodie. I was looking for a few patriotic offerings to stitch, and found this one. Nothing hard, kit includes all supplies, all I needed to do was frame once it was completed. The frame I used is a 6x6 premaide by Mill Hill
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SHOP MODEL - WINGED MONARCH BUTTON & BEAD KIT
For the past year, I have stitching Button & Bead Kits from Mill Hill and decided that I wanted at least one of two for every season. So when I went through their offering, I found this lovely butterfly that would be good for not only Spring, but also Summer. Nothing hard, and I used a pre-made Olive 6x6 frame rather than the recommended frame that was recommended. Since I am hooked on these kits, watch for more to come.
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SHOP MODEL - LET'S BLOOM
Since I had stitched a snow globe for Winter in this series from Imaginating, and loved the pink and green colors, I knew that I would be stitching this for a Spring shop model. I used 28 Ct. White Jobelan, and the recommended DMC floss. The frame is a custom pink with a brushed edge
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SHOP MODEL - EASTER BUNNY HOUSE
For each holiday I try to find something new to stitch. This past Easter I found this pattern from Tiny Modernist. It was a stitch-a-long, so I waited until all the parts arrived and them stitched it complete. I loved all the little bunnies and enjoyed the detail. DMC floss was used and I did used the 32 Ct. Grossamer Linen from Picture This Place. The frame is a custom turquoise. Since I finished this after Easter, I will be ahead when decorating next year for Easter
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SHOP MODEL - THE MEADOW KIT
Since last year when I purchased directly from Bothy Threads, I had a few on my stitch list. Again, when Spring arrived, I felt this little bunny would be a good addition to our shop models. I can say the kit had clear directions, a large chart marked with centering marks, the fabric was folded to make finding the center easy, and the floss was pre-sorted. What more can you ask. I just loved the markings on the aida fabric giving the design character. Since I usually stitch on evenweaves or linen, this was a nice change. Nothing hard and the bunny is very realistic. I custom framed in a green frame.
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SHOP MODEL - THE WINTER GARDEN
If you have looked at our shiop model section for the past year, you will notice that I stitched a Welcome series from The Drawn Thead. So when I was looking for some Winter designs to stitch, I came upon this Winter Garden also from The Drawn Thread that is filled with lovely flowers, done in silk floss, and featuring a few different stitches. I loved the end result, and framed in a custom cherry frame. I will be stitching the other three seasons in this series throughout this year and will post as they are completed. Eash is nicer than the next. Sometimes it is fun to step out of the box and do something different - not just making x's. Great directions and diagrams are provided by the designer.

If you like The Drawn Thread patterns - remember she uses the same colors of silk for many patterns, so the floss goes a long way.

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SHOP MODEL - LANGUAGE OF LOVE
This pattern is from The Drawn Thread, and I wanted something for Valentine's Day, yet good for all year through. Nothing hard, a few decorative stitches, and I used the recommended flosses. The frame is a custom
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SHOP MODEL - PEPPERBERRY WREATH
When this pattern arrived from Imaginating, I just knew I would stitch it as a model. I loved the cardinal, and the red hearts just added to the mix. Nothing hard, uses DMC floss and is coded for Aida - I did use 28 Ct. Flax Linen - the frame is a custom red.
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SHOP MODEL - UBER VALENTINE
Sometimes I like to do something for fun and this design from Bent Creek was a car project for the last year. When I was hunting for something to stitch at the beginning of February, I figured now was the time to finish. The design was stitched on 18 Ct. Linen over 2 which makes it finished as an 8 Ct. and I used #5 Pearl Cotton - nothing hard, just a fun. I have stitched other Uber design which have been a hit in our shop. Sometimes it is fun to stitch something larger - give it a try, you might like the look.
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SHOP MODEL - SNOW PALS KIT
Every so often I take a look at the kits we sell, and pick one to stitch. I finished this one in January. It is from Design Works - nothing hard, done on 14 Ct. Aida. When finished it fit a standard 8" x 10" frame and I have the one shown in my stash. Isn't it cute!
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SHOP MODEL - VALENTINE HEART BUTTON & BEAD
Since I have been stitching Button & Bead Kits by Mill Hill last year, when this new release arrived, everyone in the shop knew I would stitch it. I used what was included in the kit and framed in the recommended White Mill Hill premade frame. It has been a big hit in our shop.
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SHOP MODEL - ALMOST CHRISTMAS
Now that Diane has retired, it has given her time to design some new released. This is the first of two that will be posted this month. I stitched my model on 18 Ct. Opalescent Aida to give it the appearance of snow and custom framed using two green mats, and a black frame.
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SHOP MODEL - WINTER WELCOME
As I stated previously I love the Welcome series by The Drawn Thread - so I just had to stitch this Winter Welcome to complete the series. I did used the recommended silk, however I used 2 ply to stitch and X's and 1 ply for the fancy stitches. I loved the result. The frame is a customer white with markings
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SHOP MODEL - NOEL
During the holidays I looked for somthing that would fit over a doorway, and came across the pattern from Diane Arthurs and Imaginating. Nothing hard, stitched with DMC floss, and I used 28 Ct. White Jobelan. The frame is a brushed edge custom green. I just loved the results, hope you all like it as well.
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SHOP MODEL - BRING THE TREE KIT
Since I own two red VW Beetles - when this kit from Posy Collection arrived in the shop I just knew that I would stitch it for a model. Nothing hard, includes all fabric to complete as an ornament, I decidd to frame instead. I used a premed 4x5 Black frame. I loved the finished result
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SHOP MODEL - DEAR RUDOLPH
When I pick models to stitch, I like to do something hard, then something easy. I found this cute offering from Madam Chantilly that I loved. However, I usually don't tweek a design, but there was too much white for my liking, yet I loved the design - so I added a little Kreinik and changed some of the ball colors, and added gold stars to the trees. Also I stitched on 32 Ct. Opa/Raw Belfast Linen, and framed in a brushed edge green frame. Hope you all like the finished piece as much as I do.
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SHOP MODEL - CHRISTMAS DREAMS SAMPLER
For the last few years I have stitched a a sampler from The Victoria Sampler - so I decided to break up the trend and look for something different. I would this offering from The Drawn Thread and loved the verse as well as the snow coverd house scene at the top and the animals with a snowman in the center. I did use the recommended silk floss, and framed in a cherry frame.

If you stitch designs from The Drawn Thread and feel the silk to expensive, you might not know that she uses the same color palette, and the silk seems to go a long way. Sometimes it is worth the price - also they give hand-dyed floss alternates for all silks on their web site.

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SHOP MODEL - YULE
Every year I put this pattern aside and stitch something else. So I decided this was the year to finally add to our models. This design is from Bent Creek and is an oldie but goodie. Again, nothing hard, uses hand-dyed floss, but I believe they give DMC alternates, and I stitched on 32 Ct. Opal/Raw Belfast Linen. I again used a brushed edge green frame. I just loved the end result, and should have stitched sooner.
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SHOP MODEL - ROUND ROBIN
Sometimes when I decide what to stitch for shop models, I try to pick something different. I throught that we needed new bird models and found this one by Heritage Crafts was just the thing. I stitched the model on 28 Ct. White Jobelan using DMC floss, and the frame is a premade by Mill Hill. Isn't it cute!
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SHOP MODEL - FAMILY TREE BUTTON & BEAD KIT
This kit has been in my stash for at least a year, and since I have been stitching many Button & Bead Kits this year, I felt now was the time to do it. Nothing was hard, and I found a pre-made Mill Hill frame with trees accenting that fit the bill. I might stitch another Button & Bead kit before Christmas - if I do, you'll see it soon.
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SHOP MODEL - FULL OF BLESSINGS
Since I had this design on my home page in November, I loved the saying and felt it would be a nice addition for everyone's dining room - I stitched the model on 28 Ct. Ivory Jobelan using DMC floss, and framed in a brown custom
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SHOP MODEL - AUTUMN WELCOME
Since I like the Welcome series by The Drawn Thread, I just had to stitch their Welcome Autumn. I loved the colors on the 30 Ct. Antique Lambswool Linen and did use the recommended silk floss, however I used 2 ply of all floss colors for cross stitches, rather than the one ply that the designer recommended. The frame is a brown with gold edges and matches the brown that was used in the design. Again nothing hard and took no time to stitch.
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SHOP MODEL-READY FOR HARVEST
Since I was playing around with a new inventory package, it has been hard for me to stitch on a regular basis - since that episode of my life is over, I am now back to stitching up a storm. This is the NEWEST release from Diane Graebner with lovely sunflowers and crows for Autumn. I stitched this on 16 Ct. White Aida, rather than the recommended 18 Ct. to make it a little bigger using DMC floss - a custom brown frame was used to bring out the center of the flowers.
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SHOP MODEL-OLD TOWN HARVEST BUTTON & BEAD KIT
In case anyone is wondering, I have been stitching - and this time of year I like to stitch designs relating to the season. When this Button & Bead Kit arrived last year, I just loved the scene - so when I decided to look for patterns for new shop models, this came to mind. Everything is included in the kit - and as always, I had a Tacky Bob for my beads. Nothing hard - I had plenty of beads and floss, stitched on perforated paper, and framed in a Mill Hill pre-made frame that had painted pumpkins on the frame. Didn't turn out great!
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SHOP MODEL-WELCOME - HALLOWEEN
Since I have been stitching Welcomes from The Drawn Thread, it was only right that I add their Halloween Welcome to our shop models. Nothing hard, I did use TWO THREAD, rather than the one stand recommended by the designer. I was a little disappointed with the Welcome Spring being light, so I decided that I was going to use two stands of floss when stitching these designs from now on. I loved how the colors showed up and I used a black wavy custom frame. I know the Drawn Thread uses silk floss for her designs, however she uses the same colors - so the expense is about the same as using other hand-dyed flosses. And the silk seems to go further. Hope you like this model - I am working on the Welcome - Autumn will be posting in the future.
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SHOP MODEL-WHO IS CHASING WHO
Since Diane Graebner retired, she has not stopped designing. This is one of her latest offerings - I finished this a few weeks ago, and it is now ready, and under our What's New section. Isn't it cute. Besides the dog chasing the cat, there is a cat following behind chasing the dog. Nothing hard, and really a nice Autumn offering, I did stitch on the recommended 18 Ct. Aida using DMC floss.
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SHOP MODEL-LOVE STORY WEDDING
As many of you know, my best friend, Joyce and her husband Al, just celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary. I was lucky to attend the celebration, and wanted to stitch something special - so I chose the pattern called "Love Story Wedding" from Imaginating because of the verse "A True Love Story Never Ends". However, I wanted to make it special - so here is my finished gift. I changed the heart colors to pink, used a different green, and added gold hearts. At the bottom I put their weddng day date in the center with the year they were married on one side, and their 50th date on the other side, and under added "Happy 50th Anniversary". I am attaching a photo so you all can see how a few changes can make a difference in a design. You can see the original pattern as released by Imaginating by using our keyword and IWM3114
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SHOP MODEL-SAND DOLLAR BUTTON & BEAD KIT
With all our computer issues, I really did not stitch much this summer. So when I was looking for something new - I looked at the Mill Hill Button & Bead kits. Since not many designers do seashells, I decided that I would stitch a few. This is one I chose and framed in a pre-made white Mill Hill frame. It really turned out great
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SHOP MODEL-CONCH BUTTON & BEAD KIT
This is another seashell that I chose to stitch - it is a Mill Hill Button & Bead kit. Nothing hard, and really turned out great. I used a pre-made white Mill Hill frame. These seashell kits from Mill Hill are very realistic - once on the wall, most people do not realise they are beaded.
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SHOP MODEL-LIGHTHOUSE BY DAY
When I was looking for something to stitch this summer, I looked for patterns that were detailed, yet smaller than I usually stitch. I took notice to this Lighthouse by Heritage Crafts and decided it fit the bill. Nothing too big, yet not too small. I stitched it on 28 Ct. White Jobean, and framed in a black frame. Again, detailed, but nothing hard. It finished to a size around 5" x 7", and next year I will be stitching the mate - Lighthouse by Night. Hope you like my choices
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SHOP MODEL-RED BEACH CHAIR KIT
I usually like to stitch beach or nautical designs in the summer and found his kit from Permin. It was fun to stitch, nothing hard, and comes with everyrhing. I had this frame from last year when I picked it up shopping, and it made a good fit.
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SHOP MODEL-SAFE HAVEN
When I was looking for thing to stitch for Spring and Summer I usually do something more seasonal - so I decided to do some flower designs, and just fell in love with this little hedgehog. Nothing hard, I used 28 Ct. White Jobelan, and DMC - the frame is a custom green
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SHOP MODEL-SWEET SPRING
When these patterns from Satsuma come into to stock, I loved that they were something different and very colorful. So since I was on a flower kick, I found this little bunny with flowers just what I was looking to do for a shop model. Again, nothing hard. I did use the 30 Ct. Seafoam Linen that was recommend and DMC floss - the frame is a custom blue with brushed edges
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SHOP MODEL-SPRING DELIVERY
Ever since we pickup Madam Chantilly, I just love her style - so when I was searching for something Springy - this one was a good fit. I loved the combination of the little sheep, and flowers for spring. Again, nothing hard, and I used the recommended floss. The frame I used is pink with brush edges. Isn't it cute!
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SHOP MODEL-FAST FOOD
From Madam Chantilly comes this fun pattern that when we received in our shop, I knew I was going to stitch as a model. Nothing hard, done in DMC floss, and I did use 32 Ct. Natural Belfast Linen. The frame is a custom green with a brushed edge. Isn't it cute!
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SHOP MODEL-WELCOME SUMMER
When I stitched the Christmas Welcome from The Drawn Thread I took a look at the other Welcomes that they released. At that time, I liked the series, and decided to add them to my stitching projects. Summer was stitched on 30 Ct. Antique Lambswool from Wichelt usig TWO ply of the recommended silk floss. Again nothing hard, and I loved the finished result. The frame that I used is a custom cherry with red highlights
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SHOP MODEL-WELCOME SPRING
As I stated before, I love the Welcome series from The Drawn Thread. When I started this offering, I used the recommended 1 ply of thread on 30 Ct. Antique Lambswool Linen. I can honestly say, I would have preferred the colors to look a little darker which would have been obtained if I used two ply of floss. So - the rest of the designs in this series I will use TWO ply rather then the recommended ONE ply. The result is very nice, with a pastel look. I did use the recommended silk which is used in other patterns in this series, and custom framed in my favorite green frame with a brushed edge. I will be stitching other in this series throughout the rest of this year.
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SHOP MODEL-CUT FLOWERS BUTTON & BEAD KIT
Since Spring arrived I took stock of my picks and found this Button & Bead Kit from Mill HIll that I thought would make a great model. I loved the ball jars . Nothinghard and I used everything in the kit, except the bee button which I am still not sure if I will add. The frame is a premade from Mill Hill that had little painted cornflowers that matched the design - Hope you all like my choice
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SHOP MODEL-WINTER COTTAGE
With Winter never seeming to end this year, I had this pattern aside for over a year and thought, I guess now is the tine to stitch as a model. I did all the other seasonal houses from The Victoria Sampler, and enjoyed stitchig this one as well. The floss pack contains silk floss and all beads. Nothing hard and I love the finished product. A custom frame was used to bring out the colors.
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SHOP MODEL-FALL FUN
As I have stated many times before, Diana Graebner has retired, and we are now her exclusive distributor. Well she is still designing here and there. This is the latest pattern she sent to me, so I thought I would take the time to stitch as a new model. I used 18 Ct. Whtie Aida and DMC floss. Nothing hard, and I did mat and custom frame to bring out the colors of the leaves. Isn't it fun! Hope you all love it as much as I do.
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SHOP MODEL-PEEPING
Since I cannot wait for Spring, I found this little pattern right before Easter that I thought would be a good addition to our models. Nothing hard, and I used the recommended DMC floss and 28 Ct. White Jobelan. The frame is a premed 5" x 5" green frame
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SHOP MODEL-FEBRUARY
Since I started stitching the months in this series by the Cricket Collection, I was picking and choosing which months I liked. I did not stitch January or February, so I decided that I would this year. However, the fabric for January never arrived in time to stitch in January, and neither did the fabric for February. When the Rapsberry Light Jobelan arrived in February, I knew that was a sign that I needed to stitch this model. I did change the letter color to WDW - Louisiana Hot Sauce and needed 3 skeins - otherwise everything is what the designer recommended. I did add a few buttons since this was one month that did not have any embellishments. I think it turned out as expected - hope you all like my finished new model. The frame is a custom red brushed edge frame
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SHOP MODEL - VALENTINE CANDY
This pattern from Imaginating was a left over from my Valentine stitching last year. I just ran out of time, so I added it to this year's models. I used 32 Ct. White Jobelan and DMC floss - nothing hard and the frame is an antique red custom
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SHOP MODEL - LOVE IS HOT
When I was pulling this pattern for a mail order customer, I noticed that you not only received the cover design, but there were two other small offerings as well. The one I stitched was inside and supposed to be a heart shape. We had the Raw with Red Dots Belfast Linen in stock, and since the floss colors matched, I felt it would work. I did stitch the hearts, but you cannot see through the floss, so everything worked out well. The frame is a premade from Mill Hill. Isn't it cute! Nothing hard, and very fast stitching
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SHOP MODEL - SPRING FROLIC
Since we are the distributor of Diane Graebner Designs, I stitch all of her new releases. This one was received in December and I love her little black cat designs. This one was easy, and worked up nicely. The colors represent Spring - I did custom frame using two mats and a black frame. Watch for more in the coming weeks. Since Diane retired, she keeps charting new items. I will be starting a new release within the next few weeks.
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SHOP MODEL - MERRY MAKING - MINI FLORAL HEART
As I always state - I like to stitch designs pertaining to the holiday or time of year. When February arrived, I had not picked anything new to stitch for Valentine's Day. So I looked in my stash and found one design, and when this pattern arrived by Heart in Hand I thought it would fit right in. I stitched on 28 Ct. Amber Linen and used a premade 4x4 red frame that I had also in my stash using the recommended flosses. Nothing hard and very fast to finish
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SHOP MODEL - MINI BLOCK FOOTBALL
Since our Philadelphia Eagles football team won the division and then entered the Super Bowl, I wanted to find something to stitch to honor this occasion. I had this pattern aside for some time, and just reconfigured the letters of Football to spell out the word "Eagles". I added the "Fly" as their fight song is "Fly Eagles Fly". The frame is an old one from Kay's Frames that I had her make years ago to fit the word Eagles. I used 28 Ct. White Jobelan, and used two colors of DMC floss to match the teams colors. I was stitching this as our Eagles won the Super Bowl.
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