G*H*I* The Prairie Schooler pattern

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G*H*I* The Prairie Schooler pattern

by thread garden » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:51 pm

Hi fellow stitchers.

I would like to buy the G*H*I* The Prairie Schooler book no 104. My plan is to stitch the whole alphabet. It seems the G*H*I* book has sold out at most online needlework stores as it is an old pattern. I have been able to purchase the books for the other letters except this one. I live in Australia. Any advice about where I could purchase it would be gratefully received.

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Re: G*H*I* The Prairie Schooler pattern

by Mystonique » Tue Dec 17, 2013 2:16 am

Victoria House Needlecraft in Moss Vale NSW can often find things like this (they have helped me find out of print tapestry canvases and DMC colours. It's worth making a call to them.

http://www.victoriahouseneedlecraft.com.au
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Re: G*H*I* The Prairie Schooler pattern

by thread garden » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:22 am

Thanks Myst. I will give them a try. Happy Christmas :D
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Re: G*H*I* The Prairie Schooler pattern

by Mystonique » Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:24 am

If you haven't been there and you live even vaguely nearby it's well worth popping in too ... very very dangerous place ... but it's a gorgeous little victorian house filled to the rafters with stitchy related stuff (and I mean to the very rafters, bursting at the seams). And the ladies there are generally lovely.

I make a pilgramage once a year around sale time as it's about 3 hours from me and always spend half a day and a small fortune.
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