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‘Twixt Art & Nature – Book Winner!

by Mary Corbet
Today, I’m happy to announce the winner of the book, ‘Twixt Art and Nature: English Embroidery from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1580 – 1700 from last week’s give-away. The give-away was generously offered by Hedgehog Handworks – they still have a small number of this out-of-print-but-highly-cove...

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