August 2018 Newsletter

 August is traditionally the hottest month of the year and there is no better way to stay cool than to stay indoors and stitch. We have 2 new Swiss embroidery sets to inspire your fall and Holiday sewing. You will see them pictured in this issue of Bear In Mind. They are designed following the…

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August 2017 Newsletter

First of all, we do offer our sincere apologies for not getting our beloved newsletter to you the first of August,especially after a combined June/July issue… you have all heard the expression ‘If it was not one thing, then it was another’ and so it has been for the last month. We have had missed…

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August 2015 Newsletter

If one could bottle heat (and not Tabasco!) we would have lots of toasty stitchers in January! But since that is not an option, I suppose we will have to settle for the fireplace when winter returns. In the meantime I am working diligently on my summer’s stitch list, and have my projects planned for…

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April Newsletter

“April showers bring May flowers” as the adage goes. An Atlanta native, I never tire of seeing the beautiful southern homes flanked by azaleas, peach and pear trees and all manner of spring flowers. The grass has greened, so that the Easter eggs may be easily sighted; and pastel Easter dresses blend with all the…

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April 2018 Newsletter

You will receive this just before Easter Sunday and if you are still sewing Easter clothes it will be ‘not so funny an April Fool’s Joke’. So I do hope you are finished and can enjoy the weekend, spring weather, lovely flowers and Easter bunny chocolates! There are a couple of very interesting articles in…

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April 2017 Newsletter

Hopefully, you are finishing those Easter outfits, and your checklist has included hair bows, slips, socks (with a little lace sewn around the tops), shoes, and a jacket or sweater (also with some matching lace sewn around the neck and sleeves). Great advice after our Ole Man Winter came calling a few weeks ago! Now…

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April 2016 Newsletter

I know all of you are breathing a sigh of relief that the Easter rush is over. I wish there were room in the newsletter for pictures of all the darling creations that graced the pews on Easter Sunday. And as I pen this letter, I am quite certain that many of those creations had…

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From The Editor – I certainly hope many of you were able to find some air conditioned space to enjoy sewing. I am from Atlanta (yes, a real native!) but I cannot remember a summer with nearly 50 days straight of temperatures in the mid 90s. Now our home is in the North Georgia Mountains,…

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