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This may be a long shot.  

Author is Annette Rich.  Published 1999.  81 pages.

Shipping would be $3.27.



Lovely directions on how to make dimensional embroideries for nine species.
 
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Why do you think that one would be a long shot? I think that one will go fast. if it doesn't, I'll take it, but I would have to pack it down for a few years, so I won't request it unless it's not attracting attention.
 
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Hi, Ruth!
Would you mind listing the 9 species? I may be interested!
 
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Oh.  I guess I thought there would be little interest because the bookstores said "No thanks."

Here are the specimens (8, not 9):
Banksia coccinea
Hakea laurina
Telopea speciosissima
Telopea truncate
Actinotus helianthi
Gossypium sturtianum
Dendrobium bigibbum
and three cultivars of Grevillea:
'Robyn Gordon'
'Sandra Gordon'
'Merinda Gordon'

Not my typical garden flowers, but may be yours.
 
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I will be happy to purchase it!  (I'm an embroidererer)
 
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Ruth Meyers wrote:Oh.  I guess I thought there would be little interest because the bookstores said "No thanks."


That's why I want a flea market here, we aren't the normal target market!! Bookstores can't count on a book/plant/old fashioned hand skills geek will come by. They are thick on the ground here! :D
 
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Thank you for posting the list! That was very helpful! I'll be happy to pass the baton to Tyler😁
 
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Sent out in the mail yesterday.
 
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Yay! Marking it sold and locking the thread
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I agree. Here's the link: http://stoves2.com
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