How a Passion for Needlepoint Blossomed Into a Business

copyright Elizabeth Bradley

Thanks to the folks at Elizabeth Bradley Designs for the permission to reprint their lovely article about Elizabeth Bradley. Liz Bradley had been collecting and restoring original Victorian needlework patterns and pieces for many years before deciding to pursue needlework as a business venture. After leaving university in 1969, she ventured into business as an […]

In Good Company – designer profile

Originally posted 2006-07-18 07:55:31. Republished by Blog Post PromoterNote: I’ve been stitching In Good Company mini-socks almost as long as they have been in business. Here’s my interview with Bob Healy, who is the technical whiz behind the company. 1. Can you tell me a little bit about computer-printed canvas and its advantages to me […]

Cleopatra’s Eyes


Originally posted 2011-04-02 07:29:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter I last week’s post about new products, I let you know about this charted needlepoint, Cleopatra’s Eyes. It’s designed by Kurdy Biggs of Threedles and, as you can see, won a first place ribbon at Woodlawn. Another piece of hers, Looking Glass, won an honorable mention. […]