Publicize your Guild & Promote Needlepoint

Originally posted 2008-09-13 06:46:25. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe success of the recent Stitch in Public Day has gotten me thinking about ways to promote needlework. Here are some ideas, which are easy to do: Make sure your guild’s meeting are listed on the events page in your local papers and at your meeting location [...]

Personal Needlepoint – Selecting a Design


My youngest is graduating from college this May and I want to make her an ornament. I’m not happy with the “normal” graduation ornaments I see, I’d like to make her something unique. Sometimes when we want to make a needlepoint present for someone, there just aren’t commercial designs out there. At that point we [...]

Don’t Forget my Customized Stitch Guide Service

Originally posted 2009-10-03 08:17:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Do you have a canvas that confuses you, that you don’t know how to stitch? Or is it just an area that keeps you from finishing that piece you love? Helping you find the perfect stitch and thread for your canvas is both my passion and [...]

Smash those Misconceptions!

Last week The Washington Post had an short article about needlepoint. There wasn’t much to it. Great for The Point of It All, that got mentioned, but not good for the MANY other shops in the area that were ignored, or for the Woodlawn Exhibit, or (I could go on and on). Having worked as [...]

Superbowl Stitching

Keri Designs Hibiscus Hawaiian Quilt ornament

Originally posted 2008-02-04 08:02:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Yesterday was the Super Bowl and it was a game I actually wanted to watch. Then there was House (great episode), then there was the Jane Austen biopic (not very accurate) on PBS. This made for a seven hour stitching binge. The Gay Ann Rogers classroom [...]