Category: Preservation


What’s in your Hope Chest?

By Connie Lynn Borserine This article first appeared in NANthology, the NAN newsletter, in fall 2009.  Do you remember those ads in magazines years ago that featured a beautiful cedar chest overflowing with a wedding dress, baby clothes, photos and various…

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Ecclesiastical Embroidery and Preservation

By Carlene Harwick This article first appeared in the NAN newsletter in April 1988. HISTORY Embroidery has been an artistic expression for centuries, although it was not always so. For several centuries after the death of Christ, the customary vestments…

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ADHESIVES – Are There Hazards?

By Sue O’Neill This article first appeared in the NAN newsletter in June 1987. Click here to see the original publication. Do we, as embroiderers and educators, need to reconsider the general use of adhesives as applied to our embroidered…

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