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Over the years we've traveled around the world
in search of the FINEST-QUALITY NEEDLEWORK PRODUCTS
and the most beautiful designs to enchant stitchers like you.
In 1890, Clara Waever opened her store in Copenhagen, Denmark, selling a wide variety of embroidery projects. In 1976, the Jorgen Rosenstand and Clara Waever companies merged, creating the Eva Rosenstand collection.

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From the work of Old Masters to contemporary artists, RTO takes pride in creating kits using only the finest needlework materials from Europe, including Zweigart® fabrics and DMC® floss.

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Heritage Crafts is a world leader in counted cross stitch design - working with talented artists, including John Clayton, Peter Underhill and Valerie Pfeiffer to produce highly detailed cross stitch designs which are a joy to stitch.

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Innovative and internationally well-known, Vervaco boasts a complete range of colorful kits featuring a variety of needlework techniques. The artists on their staff create more than 100 new designs each year. The entire collection is imported from Belgium.

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A love of embroidery and sewing led THEA GOUVERNEUR to start designing cross-stitch patterns. Her inspiration is found primarily in nature as you will see throughout her extensive collection, produced exclusively in the Netherlands.

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Stitch beautiful works of art from the LANARTE COLLECTION featuring noted designers Marjolein Bastin and Maria van Scharrenburg. Each piece is carefully detailed to showcase your stitching talents. The entire collection is imported from Belgium.

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The premier manufacturer of quality needlework fabrics, ZWEIGART continues to bring you high-quality linens and aida cloth for your stitching pleasure.

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Following age-old European traditions, RIOLIS offers unique cross-stitch kits featuring fine Italian wool-blend threads in many of their kits, producing a near 3-D effect.

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Today – almost 150 years after Christian Permin started the company – Permin of Copenhagen is fully computerized, although the embroideries are, of course, still made by very skilled stitchers.

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