Squigee Catalog now Available on-Line

Originally posted 2011-04-10 07:03:16. Republished by Blog Post PromoterI always enjoy looking at Gail Hendrix’ delightful needlepoint designs. A tremendously creative artist she works in a variety of styles. Recently she put her catalogue up to view on her website. Along the right side of the page you can view her complete line, three catalog […]

New Shop for eBooks & EU Customers

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Have you been looking for an easy way to buy my ebooks, clubs and, soon, classes? I’ve just launched a new store through Payhip. The store only carries ebooks. Right now, I have a nice selection of my project packs, stitch guides, and clubs. But if there is something you’d like, as long as it […]

Question of the Week – Would you like to own a needlepoint store?

Originally posted 2007-03-09 07:20:50. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThis week’s question is “Have you ever wanted to own a needlepoint store?” And, if you own a store, why did you open/buy it? Here’s my story: When I was a teenager and first learning needlepoint, I always went to the only needlepoint shop I knew. It […]

Needlepoint Pins Pack Lots of Pattern into a Tiny Space

Pin desigtned & made by urbahnika & available on Etsy.

Originally posted 2012-03-18 07:24:47. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThanks to my daughter who found a post about Allene LaSpina’s charming needlepoint pins on design sponge, I want to show you some lovely needlepoint eye candy today. Her line of embroidered pins is called Urbahnika. She says it “is a line of hand embroidered brooches created […]

Thinking beyond the Usual for Embellishments

Originally posted 2011-09-15 07:36:47. Republished by Blog Post PromoterOne of my favorite sources for beads is Fire Mountain Gems. They have an enormous selection of stuff, a HUGE catalog (over 400 pages), and so many things to spark ideas that you can use in your needlepoint. Here’s an assortment of some from my recent thinking […]