Beginning Needlepoint Sampler – Link Corrected

Originally posted 2009-04-18 07:00:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

beginner needlepoint sampler designed by janet perry free needlepoint course

Many people who learn needlepoint, myself included, teach themselves. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it does mean that you end up reinventing the wheel, and maybe not learning new stitches very quickly.

I wanted to change all that and make it easy for people to learn needlepoint, learn good needlepoint habits, and have enough stitches at hand to start doing painted canvases with confidence.

The result is my free email course, Right from the Beginning. You can sign up for it here. When you sign up, you’ll get all the lessons so far and then be put on the list to get the lessons as they are released. Once the whole course is done, it will be sent out automatically to new sign-ups.

I’m sending out the first project today and its pictured above. It shows all ten of the stitches in the course’s stitch library and is small enough to keep in your porject bag as a reference.

If you’ve been wanting to learn needlepoint or have a friend who wants to learn, let them know about the course.

Comments

  1. Cath says

    I’d really be interested in signing up for your free needlepoint email course but when I clicked on the link in this post it took me to a “no such url exists” page.

  2. marianne says

    It is very nice of you to offer that, to use your time to teach people. They say if you want something done, ask a busy person to do it. M

  3. Arlene says

    I can needlepoint a little. My family and friends want me to make hearts with names and inspiration quotes.
    and different shape crosses. I not sure how to do a simple letters.
    Could you help me. I can’t print no pictures. I just got my first lap top. If you can help. Send me an email. Please. I really don’t where to start at with this project. HELP!

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