Needlepoint Study Hall
Hi Everybody... Robin here. Whew!! That was a fast week. How was it for you? I'm into the one-week countdown for boarding the next plane 🛩. Where you going, Robin? I will be traveling to Scottsdale, AZ to teach at Quail Run Needlework; owner is Susan Barlow. Lucky me, I get to go there twice a year: September and January. Here's a fun tidbit to know about Susan. Not only is she the shop owner and an excellent needlepointer, she is also an artist whose Southwestern designs are offered thru…
Sew Inspiring UK - Unique Needlework Kits and Sewing Accessories
Unique Tapestry Kits, Cross Stitch Kits, Needlepoint, Embroidery and Long Stitch Kit Collections. Stunning counted cross stitch kits, printed tapestry kits and inspiring designs for needlework enthusiasts. Browse beautiful cross-stitch fabrics, tapestry canvas, wool felt, embroidery linen, threads and accessories.
Bargello needlepoint's popularity in mid-century America -
It is oh-so-wonderful when readers get their moms to explain the what, why and wherefore of mid-century decorating trends. Arcalus Bo, who runs his own..
Pat Mazu Designs – Stitches From The Heart
Hot off the Press We are proud to offer Finishing 101: A Workbook of Technigues and Encouragement by Pat Mazu. The price is $32 for an unbound copy and $37 for a folder bound version. Pat has taught many classes using this manual nationwide and we are happy to help her distribute her manual. Here are some of the small
Bargello Pillow Velvet Back Flowers Square Small Mid Century | Etsy
Lovely Bargello Pillow with a multicolor flower design, more WIP than flamestitch. It has a black velvet backing and soft filling, a comfy and sweet addition to your sofa. Condition notes: very small amount of pilling, and velvet has one small area of fading/wear; two of the corners on the Bargello side are a little worn. But charming example of handmade artistry – cheery! Measurements are 11 ½ inches by 12 inches by 3 inches.
Canvas - The Embroiderers' Guild of America
The Embroiderers Guild of America is a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the study and preservation of the art of embroidery. Membership is open to anyone interested in needlework, from the beginner to the professional.