Yoga for Your Hands


Doing needlepoint for hours on end can strain more than your back and, perhaps, your eyesight. The repeated motion can do damage to your hands. Barbara Bergsten is having her yoga instructor, Carol More, guest post on her blog and the first post is a real winner. Visit the post to learn about some simple […]

A Reason to Look Forward to Mondays (at least for awhile)

bargello needlepoint christmas ornament

Originally posted 2009-06-07 05:24:31. Republished by Blog Post Promoter My friend Althea, who has the wonderful blog about Bargello needlepoint, has a special treat for us the next six Mondays. She has designed six Bargello Christmas theme ornaments which will appear on her blog for downloads. There is one ornament each week and it is […]

What if your Chosen Needlepoint Doesn’t Fit?

Dim Sum from Needlepoint for Fun

I just got a leather ebook cover from Lee Needle Arts. I”m excited to stitch the cover and upgrade me Kindle to something that looks more like me. And, of course, I jumped right in and picked a canvas from my stash, that I thought looked like the right size. It’s Dim Sum from Needlepoint […]

Sunday Scrap Bag

Originally posted 2006-07-10 06:26:53. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIt’s been about a month since I last wrote on the progress of my Amish Diamonds pillow. I am now almost done with the colored diamonds, having less than 10 to do. Then it’s onto the background. You can see from the picture above how dramatically the […]

Kreinik’s Holographic Threads – Product Review

in good company needlepoint mini sock showing kreinik holographic threads

Originally posted 2010-03-25 07:53:26. Republished by Blog Post Promoter As a needlepointer, I am always looking for ways to create new effects in my stitching. One of my favorite ways is to use different threads. Like many of you I was very excited when Kreinik announced their holographic threads in January. They became popular right […]