Stitch & Sow - new Audlem product

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Our brand new product was launched a few days ago at the National Exhibition Centre, at the GLEE exhibition – the annual trade show for the garden and leisure industry. 

There was a considerable amount of interest shown, and we are hugely optimistic about future sales. 

The product, designed and produced here in Audlem, is a range of beautiful embroidery kits of favourite flowers – and the kits include a packet of seeds, so you can “Stitch & Sow”! 

The kits are available from today at The Flower Divas in The Square.  Support the local economy and buy a perfect present!  The kits are also available at Audlem Mill.

Editor says: "The kits don't have a white line across, of course, but this was the only way we could show the pack with our 'landscape format' for photos on Audlem Online.


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