One Stop Needlepoint Kits – Product Review

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I don’t think my expectations were too high. If a manufacturer loudly proclaims themselves to have “needlepoint you can stitch and finish yourself,” you as the purchaser have a reasonable expectation that you will be able to do that. But if you buy a kit from One Stop Needlepoint those expectations are far too high. […]

Book of Hours Color Twinchy – Sneak Peek at New Color & Thread Club

illustration from medieval book of hours

Originally posted 2012-01-24 09:20:12. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Going from the earth and mineral colors that predominated the palettes of Ancient Egypt and Greece, the High Middle Ages seem to burst in a world of color and light. I have adored the bright, rich blues of medieval prayer books, or Books of Hours, since […]

Winter Wreath — See it All!

Originally posted 2008-03-06 06:09:30. Republished by Blog Post PromoterTish has posted a picture and an entry about the Winter Wreath on her blog. Go visit it to see how the whole thing looks, instead of the bits and pieces I could get on my scanner.

What Color Should that Stitch Be?

Originally posted 2007-08-08 06:22:44. Republished by Blog Post PromoterYou know that sinking feeling, the intersection on the hand-painted canvas is more than one color. You don’t know how to decide what color to stitch. I call deciding this making an “executive decision” in needlepoint. I thought about what the process was for deciding and came […]

New Needlepoint Products May 2015

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In this second part of our pre-market round-up of new products, you’re sure to find some must-have items. Wellesley Needlepoint and Kathy Schenkel have teamed up for a great series that will make Red Sox lovers rejoice. Six figures, including a hot dog vendor with his cart, make up this set. There is a Fenway […]