"A lighthouse sounds no drum, it beats no gong; and yet far over the waters its friendly spark is seen by the mariner. So let your actions shine out your religion. Let the main sermon of your life be illustrated by all your conduct."
Accents Lighthouses is dedicated to keeping alive the knowledge of North American lighthouses, through the fine artwork of counted cross-stitch, and historical research. Each of the lighthouses has been researched for historical and general information, based largely on the writings of Edward Rowe Snow, known for his maritime publications. Permission to use his narratives was given by his daughter, Dorothy Snow Bicknell.
When patterns or kits are ordered, the individual history and general information is included.
Accents Lighthouses stands by its quality of service and materials, using the finest of fabric and threads. Kits include the pattern with instructions, 14-count CharlesCraft Fiddler's aida cloth, DMC threads tied on numbered thread cards, and #24 tapestry needle.
If you are not entirely satisfied with your kit or pattern, you will be refunded.