My jonquils are blooming and trees are starting toform leaves, so let’s hope Mother Nature does notthrow us an unexpected curve with a freezing snow like she did a few years ago on Easter! Now would be a good time to think about trimming asweet plain cardigan with lace even if you don’thave time to make a coat. A lace trimmed white cardigan can offer many miles of use throughout the year!!
I am devoting this issue to the identification of laces and embroideries as it seems that many of you, both customers and shop owners, still are confused about some of the terminology. My goal in life is to educate you all to the best of my ability. Frankly not knowing the correct term can either get you into trouble or deep frustration because youcannot find what you really want because you don’tknow what to ask.
PLEASE CONSIDER PRINTING THE ARTICLE AND PLACING IT IN YOUR LACE BOOK OR POSTING IN A PROMINENT SPOT NEAR YOUR LACE AND TRIM SECTION.
If only one customer a week reads it and learns from your effort, it will be well worth the task. I am here at any time to answer any questions and clearany mystery, so don’t hesitate to call.
Happy and Lucky Shamrocks to all and HappyStitching….
Download Full Newsletter