This year was the 50th Needlework Exhibit at Woodlawn Plantation near Washington, DC. Melita posted a lovely summary of the show on her blog. Since most of us couldn’t visit. Read about her visit & make travel plans for next year.
Originally posted 2010-11-07 07:29:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Do you have some rounds of needlepoint sitting around stitched but not made into anything? One idea I’ve thought about often is using them to make pincushions. On the craft blog, Creations by Kara, there are great instructions on using an old tunafish can to make […]
Homestead, located in Grand Blanc, Michigan recently announced the rules for their needlepoint challenge. This year, you have a shape to stitch as you wish. You must, however, use at least one color each of two threads: Shaded Very Velvet and Petite Silk Lame. Here are the rules: The shape of this challenge is a […]
Originally posted 2008-05-07 07:06:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Anne Stradal of ABS Designs has worked her magic again on these two decidedly different Christmas designs. First we have Santa, the morning after, otherwise known as Christmas Day. Have you ever thought what he might be doing while we are all enjoying opening our presents […]
Stitch guides make it so much fun to stitch your canvas. With one you don’t have to think about what stitch to use. Someone has made the decision for you about thread, color, and stitch. Many people think that you have to be an advanced stitcher to use a stitch guide or that they always […]