Every serious stitcher needs a Microsun lamp”
Susan Rhein of Albuquerque, NM is an award winning cross stitch artist. Susan works ten or more hours a day to create breathtaking pieces of cross stitch art which are admired across the country. The life of a cross stitch artist takes its toll, however, and doing so much detailed work each day used to lead to Susan experiencing eye strain and fatigue.
To help reduce these symptoms, Susan began to research and purchase lamps designed specifically for those who need to do this type of close work. “Over many years, I have tried a lot of specialty lamps out there that market themselves for people like felters or stitchers; anybody that uses their eyes significantly for that reason.” But none of those lamps reduced her eye strain or improved color contrast or depth perception, even when she used multiple lamps.
Susan had nearly given up hope when she read an ad in a magazine about Microsun Lamps. As soon as her Microsun lamp arrived and she switched it on, she said that the difference between her Microsun Lamp and the other lamps she had purchased was “night and day.” “It was much easier on my eyes,” she said, “There really is nothing else out there that comes even close to the value that I put in my Microsun lamps.”
Susan Rhein exhibits some of her award winning cross stitch work.