is the logo of the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance. The lower arc signifies
shelter and a place for people to congregate, and the upper arc shows
arms reaching out to people, to knowledge and to progress.
Design by: Diane
at Home Mom
When/How did you
first start cross stitching?
had done other forms of needlework in my early teens, and switched to
cross stitch exclusively after seeing a kit in a discount store's arts
and crafts department. I still have that completed piece on my wall.
What do you enjoy
most about cross stitching?
am able to create a beautiful work of art, and I can relax with my stitching
after the kids go to bed.
What are your favorite
Cross Stitch Subjects?
Animals, and Angels.
What is your Favorite
the Clouds, Dragon Ride, Fantasy Sampler, Stretch the Magic Dragon and
from the Designer:
My three year
old daughter was recently diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis, a genetic
disorder that causes benign tumors to form in many different organs,
primarily in the brain, eyes, heart, kidney, skin and lungs. There is
currently no cure for Tuberous Sclerosis.
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information for any of the above, please e-mail Teresa at: email@example.com
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