Fantasy Triptych

The last of the designs released to me by Leisure Arts for release on Patterns Online is now available:  Fantasy Triptych

Fantasy Triptych

My next step is to request temporary digital rights from Leisure Arts for the designs in the discontinued Best of TW Christmas Collection book.  Wish me luck!

And in case anyone may still be considering acquiring any of the Appleton crewel wool I wrote about awhile ago, most of it is still available!  Please contact me directly if interested.

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22 Responses to Fantasy Triptych

  1. Stephany says:

    Hello, Teresa. I am looking for your carousel horses chart. I went to and I found spring, summer & fall. But there’s no winter. Will you put it in

    • Stephany, The Winter carousel horse is part of the Best of Teresa Wentzler Christmas Collection, and I have not yet received permission to release those designs on Patterns Online. I hope to eventually be able to do so. Thanks for stopping by!

      • Stephany says:

        Hope you’ll be able to do so, I love those carousel horses so much 😍

      • Stephany says:

        Pray that you’ll receive that permission. Thank you so much for your info, I love your works 😍

  2. xinef82 says:

    Someone on Facebook mentioned that your dragon designs are no longer available for purchase from Patterns Online. Sorry to hear that. Would you mind explaining why?

    • Hi Christine. I’m sorry I’d rather not go into an explanation other than to say that the decision to remove them was a deeply personal one involving my faith and my witness to others. Like politics, religion is not something I could ever discuss online. Thanks, and have a wonderful summer!

      • xinef82 says:

        Thank you for replying. Have a great summer.

      • Mary says:

        I’m sad you feel that way about your wonderful dragons. IMHO they are the best (not cute, and not too fierce.) I think there were many of us expecting them to be available on Patterns on Line indefinitely and there would there would be some warning before they were removed. I discovered this as I was stitching one from one of the Best of Books and went to purchase the PoL copy as I ran into problems with the chart. I ended up making educated guesses in the end.
        It is however your decision to make and I wish you well for your future endeavours.

    • Jenny says:

      We are all devastated at your decision Teresa. Understand it was your decision to make, but there are a lot of people who hadn’t bought those beautiful dragons that will never be able to get them now.

      • Jenny,
        Thanks for commenting. 🙂
        I truly appreciate your kind words. Please know that the decision wasn’t an easy one for me; I knew folks might be upset, and I don’t like disappointing people. However, it was time for me to put away subjects I’m no longer comfortable portraying or being known for creating.
        I’m thankful that so many people enjoyed the designs while they were available. (Most of them have been on the market in one form or another for many years!)
        That said, I heartily encourage you and others who enjoy dragon designs to check out the creations of the many talented fantasy designers out there. There are so many to choose from: they run the gamut from playful and whimsical to dramatic and serious. I do appreciate how much people enjoyed my dragons… but I know there are other designs out there equally (and even more!) worthy of your high regard. I hope you’ll give them a chance! Thank you again for commenting, Jenny!

  3. Galhenat says:

    A new post, that’s a pleasant surprise. 😀
    You mention temporary digital rights, how should I see that? Temporary as in bridging the gap until you get the “real” rights back? Or digital rights (POL, I’m guessing) as in available for just five years and then going back to being unavailable? Other options?
    Just curious (as always).
    Good to hear some news, it has been dull in needlework land. Extremely dull.
    I hope you are doing well.

    • Hey there! 🙂 By temporary digital rights I mean that Leisure Arts has granted permission to allow design releases via POL only, for an indeterminate time. LA also has a digital download service, so it’s conceivable that they may eventually decide the designs will be released via their own platform. I simply don’t know. I am not seeking the return of “print” rights… that ship sailed long ago.
      Thanks for dropping by and for commenting!

      • Galhenat says:

        Hiya back! Thank you for the reply, now I understand. 🙂 I hope you’ll succeed, I think it’s friendlier to have the patterns still available somewhere, instead of having record asking prices for paper versions of them on E-bay. I still remember the Angel Procession madness.
        Thanks again for the reply and I hope you have a nice weekend!

  4. Letha Welch says:

    It’s about time! Love from Letha!

  5. xinef82 says:

    Thank you for taking the time to convert these old charts.

  6. J Nyeholt says:

    Such beautiful designs! You are my favorite needle art designer! Best wishes!

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