Cara Richard – Not your Ordinary Needlepoint

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Like many other people I’ve been blown away by the extraordinary creativity of Cara Richard. With her distinctive style she transforms the canvases she stitches to real works of art. We interviewed her for our first stitcher profile of 2015. Tell me about how you started doing needlepoint. My grandmother taught me very basic needlepoint. […]

Needlepoint Coming Attractions

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2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year at Nuts about Needlepoint, with great needlepoint coming attractions. Along with everything you’ve come to expect (reviews, technique articles, and links to great needlepoint content), there are going to be several great on-going series on the blog. Once a month we’ll be profiling a stitcher or […]

Doug Kreinik Profile

Doug Kreinik (photo from Kreinik blog)

Doug works tirelessly at growing the selection and market for his company’s threads. I have loved them for decades and anticipate with excitement their new releases, even when they aren’t designed for needlepoint. He wrote a lovely column recently for Kreinik’s blog talking about Kreinik (the company) and about the history of the company his […]

Inspring Stitcher Interview

Originally posted 2011-08-08 07:40:04. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe Scarlet Thread has a wonderful, long interview with their newest designer, Jeff Kulick, on their blog, It’s a Stitchy Thing. I’m in awe of Jeff’s wonderful pieces and his stunning stitching. In the interview you’ll see lots of wonderful pictures of his work and get some […]

Needlepoint by Nanny — Stitching for a Cause

Originally posted 2008-03-22 11:10:12. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Her flyer has a quote by Ghandi, “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Judy Standish has certainly taken this to heart. As Needlepoint by Nanny, she is taking her talent in needlepoint to help in the fight against diabetes. She […]