like to devote this one by one square generally to the Red Cross Blood
Service. The design represents that people of all ages and all races
need the gift of blood, and that most people can donate the gift of
life in the form of blood. The three items above the hands represent
three centrifuge tubes which have separated blood in them: the yellow
area is serum, and the red (and white) blood cells are at the bottom.
I've included these to remind people that alot of testing and research
goes on "behind the scenes" at the Blood Banks, to ensure
a safe blood supply for all. Have YOU donated blood recently?
Design by: Dr.
Location: Geelong, Victoria,
Occupation: Cell Biology
When/How did you
first start cross stitching?
I started in early
1997 after some friends got me interested - I never got my first bookmark
finished because I was too eager to start a James Himsworth wizard.
What do you enjoy
most about cross stitching?
It's relaxing and creative
and something productive I can do during my 1.5-hour commute to work.
I also like to try my hand at designing.
What are your favorite
Cross Stitch Subjects?
I love medieval,
fantasy and underwater themes.
What is your Favorite
peacock! But I also love the new Xmas design. I haven't bought one yet
- I will eventually but I have too many pregnant friends to stitch for
and have got too caught up in my designing for now.
Red Cross Blood Service (whom I work for), and the Australian Red Cross
in general, for their outstanding community efforts.
Other Comments from the Designer:
I really admire
your designs, Teresa! Live long and prosper.
If you have updated
information for any of the above, please e-mail Teresa at: email@example.com
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