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Topic: Merlin Blackwork  (Read 1626 times)
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« Reply #10 on: February 01, 2013 01:53:56 AM »

The style of this is a lot like that seen in kits from The Craft Collection Limited that various people are selling or have sold on eBay, including kits for Arthur, Lancelot, and Guinevere and the castle of Camelot.  I haven't seen a Merlin, yet, but it strikes me as likely that there is one, somewhere, and if its pattern is not the kit that aethelberga used, it might be quite similar.

I haven't found a website for the company.  Maybe they don't sell direct to the public.  Or maybe the name they put in big letters on the top of all their products isn't the one they call their company by online, so it's hard to tell their site from all the ones that resell their stuff.  (That's what happens with Aunt Martha's iron-on transfers; their site is under "Colonial Patterns, Inc.".)  In any event, if you're lucky your local needlecraft store might be able to help you track them down, especially if you're in the U.K. (where they're based).
« Reply #11 on: February 01, 2013 09:19:57 AM »

They are similar, but not identical. I also have the Arthur & Guinevere ones and they have frames around them and the names and words (I omitted the words from the Merlin one - it was something like the great enchanter). I really like these ones though. I may have to hunt them down

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