Since you might be mired in snow, today is a great day to look at how needlepoint can be used to make really fashionable items. Back in the 70’s all kinds of needlepoint wearables were made (check out Erica Wilson’s Bargello boots). There was even a book on Wash & Wear Needlepoint (think interlock canvas […]
The last two years Stitcherie has hosted Stitching Games. The rules are easy. Pick a canvas with at least ten areas to stitch. Then use the clues revealed each month to stitch an area of the canvas. By the ends of the month post a picture and explain how you used the clue. One canvas […]
Originally posted 2012-02-05 07:07:22. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe San Bernadino Chapter of ANG is huge, welcoming members from both near (east of LA) and far. Several of my friends belong to this chapter as long-distance members. The chapter is wonderful at having many exiting projects and at making it is easy for members who […]
Originally posted 2011-04-29 07:01:09. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThanks to the great folks at Pocket Full of Stitches, we have a lovely gallery of inventive needlepoint finishes photographed at the recent Dallas Needlework Market. I’m always perplexed at how to finish my needlepoint, so I am so grateful for these many wonderful ideas.
Originally posted 2008-12-23 19:11:10. Republished by Blog Post PromoterMy friend, Anne Stradal, has posted some pictures of two of her delightful Eggs for All Seasons in Christmas colors on her blog, The Cape Stitcher. I wanted to share this eye candy with you. If you want to see more of this delightful series, pictures of […]