Initial Needlepoint Mini-Class

free needlepoint christmas ornament with initial, designed by janet perry

You can make an ornament like this in the next mini-class

Even if you have never tried your own design before you will learn how easy it is to create lovely personalized gifts in this Initial Needlepoint Mini-Class.

In this two-lesson class you’ll create two gifts: the initial ornament and the super-size initial boxtop.

You’ll learn:

  • how to enlarge a letter for needlepoint
  • how to transfer a design to needlepoint canvas
  • how to pick an alphabet that works for monograms
  • using Bargello needlepoint as a background
  • using metallic effectively as a background
  • self-finishing for boxtop or ornament
Learn to make a bold initial boxtop in this mini-class.

Learn to make a bold initial boxtop in this mini-class.

Because the class is on-line, you don’t ned to travel to learn or even learn at the time the class is held. Nothing could be easier.

The class begins May 5, 2013 and is only $20. This is an early bird discount. On April 4, 2013, the price goes up to $25.

Use the PayPal button below to enroll now.

If you would prefer to pay by check, please contact me for instructions.

Orders will be taken before the class for finishing items and there will be a limited number of kits available for each item. Let me know when you sign up of you are interested in the kits.

This is a great chance to make some charming gifts and get the tools you need to make more right in your own home.

Use the button to sign up today.


  1. says

    Is there any possibility to join on line? I love your website. Any books I could purchase to learn how to transfer cross stitch to needle point? I always find cross stitch patterns I love. I could never find the same pattern in needlepoint.

    Thank you for your time, Hope to hear from you soon.

  2. says

    Like all my classes, this class is sent via email, so it is on-line.

    I’ll have it on my website as a Needlepoint Independent Study course in the next day or so. To find those, hover over teaching in the top menu bar & a drop down menu will appear. Click on needlepoint independent study (NIS). They’ll all be there.

    To learn about converting cross stitch to needlepoint, use the search button on the upper right. Or click on “cross stitch” in categories on the left.

    I’ve got many posts linking to cross stitch charts that will work for needlepoint. But I also have some posts on how to do conversions & what to look for in a chart.

    Keep Stitching,

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