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    Last Update 11-23-16
Welcome to Glendon Place - a cross-stitch and counted thread design company offering unique and finely-detailed charts for the most discriminating stitcher, as well as the occasional needleart enthusiast. Glendon Place offers designs in a variety of topics, which means you're sure to find something you like and just can't live without! Some designs simply require ordinary floss and a solid color of fabric, while others are more challenging and suggest using an over-dyed fabric, and may incorporate variegated floss, metallic braid and embellishments such as seed beads, buttons or glass/crystal treasures. Choosing to stitch a Glendon Place design will result in a needleart piece of heirloom quality that will be enjoyed by you, as well as family and friends for years to come.

GP-237 Flowers of the Holy Night

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GP-237F Flowers of the Holy Night Silk Floss Pack

 

NOW AVAILABLE

(18 FULL SKEINS OF Dinky-Dyes Silk Floss)

$81.30

Use Coupon code "flowers10" at checkout for a $10.00 discount.

Offer expires 12-31-16.

Oh my!  A Poinsettia Mandala! You will fall in love with this charming poinsettia piece that may remind you of a quilt.  The poinsettia is actually native to southern Mexico.  It blooms in December and has been used in that country to decorate churches for centuries.  Many consider the red color a symbol of purity, and so poinsettias were traditionally part of religious ceremonies. In Mexico and Guatemala, the poinsettia is called "Flores de Noche Buena", which translates to "Flower of the Holy Night" (referring to Christmas Eve). I could think of no finer name for this beautiful piece.

 

Stitched on 28ct Antique White Jobelan by Wichelt Imports, with 9 colors of Dinky-Dyes hand-dyed silk floss (available soon), 7 colors of Mill Hill Beads, and 2 types of Mill Hill Glass Treasures. Beast match colors of Sullivans/DMC/and Anchor regular floss are provided on the chart in lieu of using Dinky-Dyes silk floss. Stitch count 229w X 235h.

GP-240 I'll Be Home For Christmas

The inspiration for this design was a song sung by Bing Crosby in 1943.  Originally written to honor soldiers overseas who longed to be home at Christmastime, "I'll Be Home For Christmas" has since gone on to become a Christmas standard and one of the fondest Christmas songs ever written.

 

Stitched on 28ct Bone Jobelan by Wichelt Imports, with 19 colors of Sullivans, 1 color of Kreinik #4 Very Fine Braid, 1 color of Kreinik Blending Filament, 3 colors of Mill Hill Beads and 1 Mill Hill Glass Treasure. DMC and Anchor "best match" colors provided in the chart. Stitch count 97w X 97h.

GP-239 Gingerbread Grove
The tradition of making decorated gingerbread houses started in Germany in the early 1800s. According to researchers, the first gingerbread houses were the result of the well-known Grimm's fairly tale "Hansel and Gretel" (originally recorded by the Brothers Grimm and published in 1812), in which the two children abandoned in the forest found an edible house made of bread with sugar decorations.

 

A gingerbread village just wouldn't be a gingerbread village without lots of sparkle and bling.  This fun and colorful design is stitched on 28ct Haven by Picture This Plus with 29 colors of Sulivans floss, 11 colors of Mill Hill Beads and 9 colors of Kreinik metallic braid.  DMC and Anchor "best match" colors provided in the chart. Stitch count 268w X 108h.


As a courtesy to stateside stitchers who do not have a Local Needlework Shop (LNS) in their area, or international stitchers who do not have access to Glendon Place designs, please feel free to place an order. However, whenever possible, I would prefer that you support your LNS or many of the Online Needlework Shops (ONS) that are readily available and listed in the Shop Locator section to the left. Refer to Order Info for Stitchers to obtain additional information regarding terms of payment and estimated shipping charges.

You will find design details in the Catalog section by category. Click on the individual designs and you will have access to very detailed information about the materials needed for a design. Most of the shops listed in the Shop Locator section have these materials on hand or are more than happy to order them for you.
I invite you to spend as much time as you like browsing and hope that you enjoy your visit!
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