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As of march 5, 2007, this is what was posted on the web site at LoralieDesigns.com. Content has not been altered

Loralie Designs is a family owned and operated business located in Granbury, Texas, a small, historic community one hour southwest of the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex.

The company produces machine embroidery design software for the home embroidery market, printed cotton fabrics and an ever expanding list of other products such as iron-on appliqués, t-shirts, mugs, and books.

All of the company’s products are based on the artwork of Loralie Harris, for many years a dress designer in the bridal and prom industry. The artwork began as a doodle on a hotel notepad in the late 90’s. Loralie brings a quirky, fashionable flair to her charming, enthusiastic characters who speak from their hearts, expressing themselves through their fun apparel, accessories and poems.

From a lowly doodle the artwork progressed to become hand embroidery designs, machine embroidery designs and then fabric which the company distributes to it’s growing list of sewing and quilt shops nationwide. Loralie’s fun ladies and characters also travel to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Europe and Japan as company products and also as licensed products such as collectible ornaments, sewing notions, greeting cards and medical scrubs.

Loralie’s husband of 33 years, Chuck is the president of Loralie Designs and her son Tim is the company’s IT person and Web master. A talented and enthusiastic group of employees completes the company team, who all support the mission of Loralie Designs, which is "TO TOUCH THE HEART WITH FUN ART!"

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