Free Project Alert! – ANG Stitch of the Month

Originally posted 2009-02-10 08:37:15. Republished by Blog Post Promoter I’m so excited, the fantastic needlepoint teacher Tony Minieri is doing ANG’s Stitch of the Month series for 2009. Tony can be found teaching at National Seminars, in shops, for guilds, and for shops near his home in New Jersey. The Caron Collection website did a [...]

Extremely Tiny People Now Fashion Forward

Your dollhouse (and dolls) can be fashionable or timeless with these new miniature handbag kits. (copyright Janet Granger)

With traditional-looking needlepoint so hot on the haute couture runways for fall, can the well-appointed doll be far behind? No. That queen of miniature needlepoint, Janet Granger has introduced a line of miniature needlepoint bags. The designs, pictured here, are on 30 or 45 mesh silk gauze. They cover a wide range of styles.They are [...]

Make a Tassel from Embroidery Floss

Originally posted 2010-01-23 07:27:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Making tassels is not one of my better things. Much as I love them, mine always turn out badly. But now I have some on-line help with this marvelous tassel making tutorial from Bush Baby Jag. It’s goes through the process step-by-step with clear photographs all [...]

Ruby Ribbons eBook Now Available

ruby ribbons, needlepoint stitch sampler designed by janet m perry and stitched by cyberpointers in honor of ANG's 40th anniversary

A couple of years ago the CyberPointers Chapter of ANG decided we were going to create a project in honor of ANG’s 40th Anniversary. An open competition was held for designs and my design, “Ruby Ribbons,” won. That’s it pictured here. It’s based on a 1930’s quilt block and features two red ribbons curling around [...]