Originally posted 2009-10-27 19:55:33. Republished by Blog Post Promoter The winner of the Baroque Silk is Betsy. Congratulations!
In a recent blog post, Debbie Rowley, the delightful mind behind DebBee’s Designs reflected on what designers do between trade shows. I know from experience and from talking to designers that she neglecting all the hard work of getting out orders and concentrating instead on the fun things, new pieces she’s designing. THese fall into […]
Normally only available in conjunction with teaching or as group projects, Gay Ann Rogers puts her lovely projects in sale for one week only, in October. Yesterday was the start of her E-week celebrations. There are new designs as well as returning favorites in the general, all clearly marked. In addition on Saturday morning there […]
Originally posted 2008-10-06 06:33:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter One of the most common questions I get from stitchers is about planning a color scheme. For many people, this is difficult, I think often because we have so much from which to choose. But, to a large extent, that makes it easier because it’s pretty […]
What stitch can be any length you like, any slant you like, and is one of the easiest stitches to learn? Gobelin Stitch If you are new to needlepoint, there are many Gobelin Stitches. The three most common are: Diagonal Gobelin is just like a long Tent Stitch, going over more than one intersection on […]