Beginner’s Needlepoint Kit Review


You want to learn needlepoint. Are you ready to go? Book? Check. Canvas? Check. Thread? Check. Needles? Check. At the risk of sounding like Guy Fieri (now what did I forget?), oh yes, I forgot turning the project into something so I will be more motivated actually to stitch and finish my first piece. For […]

Stitch Class for Beginning Needlepointers

mondrian memories needlepoint class, stitch sampler taught by needlepoint expert janet m. perry with a canvas by sandy grossman-morris

Originally posted 2012-06-14 07:11:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter I’ve always thought it’s one thing to practice stitches on pieces of doodle canvas and quite another to learn stitches on a canvas that turns into a project. I like the feeling that my practice is going towards something. That’s what I love about the Sandy […]

Free Project from Orna Willis


Originally posted 2011-06-18 07:35:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Orna has added the instructions for the second My Family block to her blog. You can read all about it here.

New My Family Design from Orna Willis


Originally posted 2011-07-17 07:43:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Orna has been providing new designs from her My Family series that ran in Needlepoint Now several years ago. She has added this design to the collection available online. It’s named for her husband Reid. You’ll love reading her blog post about how they met . […]

Needlepoint Log Cabin Sampler Free Pattern

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Many stitchers shy away from Straight Stitches, but they shouldn’t. These stitches are the backbone of Bargello, are great for making curves and rounded shapes, and can add a lovely dimension to your needlepoint. This week we’ll have two logs (not just one) with simple straight stitches. But first I have some tips for making […]