Designers Across America – Lewesdon Snowflake


By designer Pat Olski

When Pat Olski designed this pretty snowflake, featuring a Dorset button, she chose the name to honor the heritage of Dorset, England, on the English Channel coast. The town happens to be where its namesake button originated in the 17th century. Dorset does not get as much winter snowfall as, say, Olski’s current home state of New Jersey, but it’s enough that she decided to name this pattern after the town’s highest point, Lewesdon Hill. It’s 915′ (279m).

This pattern is available for purchase by EGA members until February 28, 2023. Expect delivery in one to two weeks. If you are subscribed to receive the DAA, you will be receiving it in the mail shortly.

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Designers Across America and Designers Around the World patterns are published quarterly thanks to the generosity of designers. Proceeds benefit the programs of EGA. All copyrights are retained by the designer. A yearly subscription includes four patterns, beginning with the current one.

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Additional information

Weight 0.2 oz