searching for a xs pattern

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I had found a pattern for a female karate participant that would have
been ideal for my purposes.  Sadly, the pattern is no longer available
from Corner Judge Martial Arts.  The person there said it was from a
designer named Denise (Denise's Designs) but she thought they were no
longer in business.  Does anyone have this pattern they would be
willing to sell me, or does anyone know who Denise might be?  The
figure is in a "kicking" position (don't know the proper term).  She
is a realistic portrayal, not "cartoonish."  On the website where I
found her I believe she was depicted as having auburn hair in a
ponytail.   TIA          jbeth

Re: searching for a xs pattern
jbeth wrote:
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According to
the contact details are:
Denise DeRusha Designs
6170 Indian Paint Rd.
Aubrey, TX 76227

And there's a list of retailers at
Bruce Fletcher
Stronsay, Orkney UK
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Re: searching for a xs pattern
On Feb 3, 10:32BF=BDpm, "Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)"
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(Hope I'm doing this correctly)
Thanks for the information--however, I think this is not the "Denise"
I am seeking.  Denise DeRusha seems to be designing painted canvases
for needlepoint, not cross-stitch and not the realistic style of the
karate woman.

Re: searching for a xs pattern

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Many designers do more than one thing.  Cross stitch and needlepoint
patterns relate easily to each other, I have used cross stitch
patterns sometimes for needlepoint.  Also sometimes perhaps a designer
will do things like the karate woman for a specific person, maybe her
own child, though her leaning is not in that genre at all in the
normal way.  Why not email and check it out ?

Re: searching for a xs pattern
On 2/4/09 5:48 PM, in article,

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I agree - it is worth asking. If it isn't her, she might know who the
designer is.


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