Introducing Stitches for Needlepoint Classes

Originally posted 2013-01-10 07:01:58. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Have you been frustrated because you don’t feel confident in picking stitches to go with a thread? Do you wish you had a notebook that you could use that showed you stitch variations, stitches in different threads and stitching effects? Are you always wanting to try […]

Why December Is Like Needlework

Originally posted 2009-12-07 07:05:35. Republished by Blog Post PromoterGuest post by Jen Funk-Weber of Funk & Weber Designs Note: I loved this recent post in Jen’s email newsletter, I asked if I could share it all with you. It happens every year. For someone, December, a month of joy, celebration, family, friends, giving, and receiving, […]

Winter 2015 Trends in Needlepoint

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Looking back at this year’s Winter Needlecraft Market, I’m seeing some interesting trends both in products and in the industry. Most are fantastic and herald a resurgence of needlepoint. One however is bad and should be of concern to us all. Holidays At first Christmas was the big holiday for needlepoint. Then Halloween got added […]

Another Quilt-based Ornament

feathered star needlepoint ornament by janet perry for cyberpointers

Originally posted 2009-03-31 05:50:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter I finished my second ornament for the CyberPointers book yesterday and its pictured above. It uses an expanded Scotch Stitch, designed by Jenny Morrow, as well as Half Scotches. In three shades of Watercolours and one of Silk & Ivory. It’s a needlepoint version of a […]