New Designs in Miniature Needlepoint Expand Your Decorating Options

Art Deco miniature needlepoint rug from Janet Granger

Janet Granger has wonderfully expanded her range of needlepoint for dollhouses. I love some of these so much, I’m tempted to start a dollhouse just to use them. She has added several new traditional style rugs, including Aubusson and Tabiz styles. There is even a wonderful stair runner (check out her blog post to see [...]

Beginning Kits for Miniature Embroidery – Janet Granger

Originally posted 2009-12-11 07:34:11. Republished by Blog Post PromoterOne of your needlepoint resolutions is to learn 1/12 scale needlepoint. Or maybe you are a dollhouse or miniature lover and you’ve seen exquisite needlepoint and you think “I can do that!” Janet Granger of the UK is the designer to go to for kits for miniature [...]

Extremely Tiny People Now Fashion Forward

Your dollhouse (and dolls) can be fashionable or timeless with these new miniature handbag kits.

With traditional-looking needlepoint so hot on the haute couture runways for fall, can the well-appointed doll be far behind? No. That queen of miniature needlepoint, Janet Granger has introduced a line of miniature needlepoint bags. The designs, pictured here, are on 30 or 45 mesh silk gauze. They cover a wide range of styles.They are [...]

Eye-popping Miniature Needlepoint

miniature shoes stitched on silk gauze by patricia richards

Originally posted 2010-07-19 07:34:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter On Mary Corbet’s wonderful blog there is a guest post from Patricia Richards. Patricia specializes in the most equisite and complex miniature needlepoint. From the complex casket worked on 72 count silk gauze to these amazing shoes, less than 1″ long, you will be stunned by [...]

Gallery of Inchies

QR code Inchie stitched by Liz of Dragonfly Lotus Designs

Liz, of hand-dyed thread/yarn maker Dragonfly Lotus Designs, has decided to do one Inchie a day (1″ square pieces) for a year until her 30th birthday. In the process she’s blogging about them on her blog, The Daily Inchie. Lots of them are needlepoint (often featuring her own threads), others are free embroidery and others [...]