Beginning Needlepoint Sampler – Link Corrected

beginner needlepoint sampler designed by janet perry free needlepoint course

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 […]

Needlepoint Learning from Gay Ann Rogers

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 […]

Wind Sock Bargello Needlepoint Ornament

bargello needlepoint windsock, designed by needlepoint expert janet m. perry

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 […]

Eye Candy – Bargello Mini-sock

Originally posted 2010-12-24 07:06:18. Republished by Blog Post Promoter The wonderful stitcher, Needleartnut, has a charming little Bargello mini-sock on her blog. It was a UFO which she just finished. It’s one of my favorite kinds of Bargellos. She uses a simple ribbon pattern and stitches it in several different fibers. I often do this […]

New Silk & Ivory Colors-December 2012

Four new Silk & Ivory colors are now available. Bellini & Mimosa are both peaches. Bellini is lighter than Canteloupe, while Mimosa is darker. This makes three shades in the “Other Orange Things” family. Acorn Squash is a bright rust. It’s lighter than Paprika in the “Spice Brown” family. The company suggests it’s a great […]