Teeny, Tiny Stitches Book Review

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Carolyn Hedge Baird’s new book is an absolute delight. It addresses what I think is a problem for most needlepointers, picking stitches for small spaces. Even if that doesn’t describe you, you’ll find lots of charming and inventive stitches in this book (over 150), all done in Carolyn’s trademark style. Looking through this book, I […]

Colorful Backgrounds – Book Review

Originally posted 2013-03-06 06:57:41. Republished by Blog Post PromoterJune McKnight, self-published, 2013 If you are like most stitchers you probably have a “go to” background stitch. But have you ever thought that you probably also had a “go to” background color? I didn’t think that way until recently. Chances are that go to color is […]

Quick Stitch Reference & More Quick Stitch Reference – Books Review

Originally posted 2012-02-21 06:45:49. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWhile there are several small stitch reference books out there, they generally fall into two categories. Some are designed for beginning stitchers. The other type includes only diagrams, but no explanations. Into this world come these two books. I got mine from Thistle Needleworks, but your shop […]