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Many of the designs have bead packs that can be ordered directly from Keslyns.
 

Abby’s Needle Safe
A Place In Time Purse
Alissa’s Pillow
Anne's Rose
Angel's Rose
A Tear
Bliss Content
Bloomin’ Hearts
Blush
Catrina’s Christmas
Celestial
Chevalier
Colette’s Pillow
Color Me Beautiful
Copper Fantasy
Cortney’s Needle Safe
Crimson
Delights
Dicken’s Christmas
Donna’s Book Cover
Elegant Dusk
Emerald Road
Emma’s Needle Safe
Faith
Felt With The Heart
Ferris Wheel Picture
Flower Series #1 (1 through 12)
Flower Series #2 (1 through 12)
Forest Snowflake Picture
Frozen Star
Galaxy
Garden Delighta
Given
Glory Land
God’s Responsibility
Golden Honey
Golden Meadow
Grandma Pitty-Poo
Grandmother
Grated Crest
Green Gables
Harmony  Pillow
Hearts Galore
Heart Strings
Highland Garden
Itty-Bitty’s
Jennifer’s Pillow
Jennifer’s  Book Cover
Joy
Kaleidoscope
Kirstin’s Book Cover
Kirstin’s Pillow
Lavender Cream

Lindsay’s Pillow
Lisa’s Pillow
Lisa’s Sewing Kit
Love Sudberry Box
Love Letters
Lynda’s Pillow
Lynda’s Sewing Kit
Maggie’s Needle Safe
Madeira
Maze
Medieval Hearts
Mes Petits Arbres (My Little Trees)
Mexican Tiles
Midnight Sky Needle Safe
Morgan - Ribbon Shadow Box
Mother’s Rose
Mojave
My Day Complete
My Hand for You
Myles Gift
October Delight
Poppies
Purple Passion
Regency
Renaissance
Ribbon Babies
Riley’s Ribbon Box
Rose Garden
Sarah’s Needle Safe
Scottish Highlands
Shawnon’s Sewing Kit
Signature in Time 
Silver Delight
Smile Picture
Soft Sandstone
Spring Fling
Stitchers Web
Storm Breaker
Summer Foliage
A Tear
Teensy
Tessa’s Pillow
Tessa’s Purse
Through A Child’s Eyes
Topiary
Tracy’s Pillow
Tracy’s Purse
Turquoise Gold
Vicki's Essence
Victorian Sewing Kit
Welcome
Wine Country
Winter Ice
Winter Solstice
With A Heart and Roses
Zephyr

PATTERN CORRECTIONS


If you are unable to find patterns in your local shop you may contact me at sales@keslyns.com.
Beads may be ordered separately.

Lynda Keske
Phone: (360) 892-5662
Fax: (360) 260-7150
1208 NE Cedar Ridge Loop
Vancouver, WA 98664
sales@keslyns.com

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If you want to see and try something different, then here it is. Sym-teaching. I had to find a name for this form of specialty stitches because the other titles did not cover what I teach in my patterns. Sym-teaching is short for Symmography. You may look at the stitches and know they seem familiar but may not know why. The stitches are string art that have been adapted for fabric. Most Symmography is a variety of crescents. The technique looks very intricate but you'll be amazed at how easy and fast it is. A stretcher system is a must. It does not make any difference if that is a hoop or stretcher bars. Since there are so many long stitches the fabric has to be very taut. So when you take the project off the stretcher bars it will be at the right tension for finishing. Use the needle of your choice but use the best one for the size of fabric you will be using.

Lynda

Lynda Keske
Phone: (360) 892-5662
Fax: (360) 260-7150
1208 NE Cedar Ridge Loop
Vancouver, WA 98664
sales@keslyns.com

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