Where my DAR embroideries come from

Where my DAR embroideries come from

The historical Daughters of the American Revolution embroideries that I stitch by machine are part of a Martha Pullen Company collection that is now out of production. The collection features a total of 217 embroideries in 5x7" and 4x4" sizes! The embroideries were replicated from historical textiles in the DAR Museum. Currently, 15 of these designs are available on tea towels, pillows and canvases in my shop and I am working to add more.
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Welcome to Rebecca Elayne's new online store

Welcome to Rebecca Elayne's new online store

Welcome to the new online store for Rebecca Elayne Studio! As our business grows and expands, we are transitioning off of Etsy to fully operate here at rebeccaelayne.com. Rebecca Elayne Studio (a.k.a. Rebecca Elayne Decor) was established in 2016 as an online shop at Etsy. From our Pacific Northwest studio to your home, every item is embroidered and sewn with care and detail, stitch by stitch. Our vision is to design and create beautiful items that reflect your story and style in some way — whether showcasing a favorite place or thing, honoring your heritage, inspiring your faith or celebrating a precious new baby's birth. Our canvases, tea towels, and pillows are proudly made in USA — all products are handmade in our studio! 
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Baby names from the Emerald Isle

If you have Irish roots, you might wonder, what are some of the popular baby names in Ireland? Do you want your Irish heritage to be reflected in your baby's name? A quick glance at the current top 100 list from Ireland's Central Statistics Office shows that many of the names are commonly, traditionally found in America — Jack, James, Noah, Daniel. Emily, Grace, Emma, Sophie. However, the list holds a few unique Irish gems.   
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