If you belong to a guild, you probably have a stitched nametag. If you go to the national needlework seminars or other events, you may have more than one. A big challenge for all of these is how to finish them. Melita faced this problem with her nametag for the upcoming ANG Seminar. She finished [...]
Originally posted 2008-11-04 18:11:12. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Barbara has posted a one-page stitch guide for this Small Patchwork Tote. As you can see from the picture, it’s bright, it’s cute, and it’s a wonderful way to learn stitches in Barbara’s delightful style. Thanks for posting this!
Originally posted 2008-11-10 08:27:39. Republished by Blog Post PromoterI feel like I’m living vicariously through Sister Diane’s CraftyPod blog and her love for plastic canvas. Today she has another wonderful post about a great Japanese plastic canvas book. The projects in this book include a neat, graphic pencil cup and the most adorable coin purse [...]
Have you been wanting to stitch a belt but couldn’t find a design you like? Then you’ll love this idea from a recent blog post from Ridgewood Needlepoint. These belts are based on a preppy icon, the grosgrain ribbon D-ring belt. Because they aren’t leather and use D-rings instead of buckles, they don’t require specialized [...]
Originally posted 2009-07-31 07:36:07. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIf you have a piece of plastic canvas and an empty frame, you can make this earring holder from CRAFT magazine. It’s just a plain piece of plastic canvas, but if you wanted to spiff it up a bit, why not stitch a few motifs on it? [...]