We have learned much in 3 years about scanning and composing high resolution images, and have redone most of the early scans in preparation for a catalogue. Some panels are still in the queue for revision. And don’t worry that some of the panels in the slides shows appear dull; the resolution is minimized in order to fit website constraints. The sequence below shows how the scans are prepared for print.
The best way to remember your stitching in all its glory is a full-size giclée print. Everyone who has seen the samples in the studio believe they are looking at the original fabric. The production values are excellent: archival inks on acid-free watercolour paper. And your purchase provides some much-needed revenue for moving the project ahead. Click here to order.
Professional presentation hint: the prints look wonderful in a surprisingly inexpensive Ikea frame.
Canadian stitchers please use the contact page instead of the order form. We can invoice you in Canadian funds, but you will be required to pay HST.