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2006 Blue garden

2007 Climbing Roses

2008 The Village

2009 Butterflies and Rasperrie

2010 Topiary

2011 Art Nouveau

2012 Enneade

2013 Nostalgia

2014 Floralies

2015 Blue Peacock

2016 Strawberries and Volubilis

2017 The Bees Parade

2018 An embroider’s pouch

How Time Flies!

Already for some time, the idea kept running through my head.
To open a blog and propose designs explained step by step, publicize various embroidery techniques and ideas to share with you and answer your questions.
Thinking about the last 10 years, I see the evolution of our environment towards a globalized society and a more connected one.
So we, the embroiderers , let’s embrace it !
I would like to share the experience gained days after days with my friends, students and customers. Together we have achieved a lot of unpublished designs, often by using new techniques for all of us deriving from that process an immense pleasure .
I thought it was about time for you to enjoy it too. I sincerely hope you ‘ll be many to participate and help me to live this project.
Please join us now!

Laurence Lieblich, CanevasFolies

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