Sayonara! Our first two patterns to sell out… Dickinson and Austen

It is with mixed emotions that we announce the end of our stock for two of our very favorite bookmark patterns: Dickinson and Austen

The floral blue pattern was inspired by and dedicated to the work of Emily Dickinson was one of the very first patterns that we featured. The durable fabric resisted fraying and made an impression on many of our buyers. We will be searching diligently to find a replacement for this style.

 

Whimsical swirls were featured in this pattern which was another favorite among our customers. We were reminded by the beautiful, classic, and entertaining work of Jane Austen when we found this pattern. We were excited to bring this pattern into production in response to observations that some of the earlier designs looked like “old carpet” or “grandma’s couch”. Ha! This beautiful pattern helped to generate more excitement about our bookmarks.

Each of the items that we offer is limited in quantity. This helps to ensure that our bookmarks remain original and unique. It also allows us to continue the search for new designs and patterns. We will replace these two items with some new ones for you to try. Here is a quick preview of what is coming…

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Published by Italic Bookmarks

I have enjoyed opportunities to work in the medical device field. I have fulfilled various roles during my relatively short career: Quality Assurance, Sales, Management, Supervisory Roles, and Training. I really like my job, but I LOVE spending time with my wife and three kids. We work to play. We love the outdoors and being able to travel. Some of our favorite trips have been to Chicago, Boston, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands.

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