[This design has been removed at the original artist's request.
Originally posted 2009-04-18 07:00:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Many people who learn needlepoint, myself included, teach themselves. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it does mean that you end up reinventing the wheel, and maybe not learning new stitches very quickly. I wanted to change all that and make it easy for [...]
By using just one stitch you can make this Scotch Stitch Needlepoint Christmas Tree Free Pattern using threads from your stash. It’s so flexible you can use any combination of red, cream and green. The design is based on a Christmas quilt and converted to needlepoint. The design is made up of squares except for [...]
Originally posted 2010-06-19 07:06:49. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Gay Ann Rogers is a master of needlepoint. Her innovative designs have won her legions of fans. If you want to get an idea of how her work sparks creativity, do a Google search for images on her name. You’ll find a great selection of her [...]
These days, you find colorful windsocks everywhere, there streamer ends catching every breeze. I have often thought that tiny versions of these would be a great idea for a Christmas ornament. By choosing a basic Bargello pattern and using a variety of round and ribbon threads, I came up with this little wind sock Bargello [...]