Penguin Awareness Day

It’s right here in black and white: 25% off all penguin and snow designs for January 20th, Penguin Awareness Day! Dive right in and check which canvases are available today for great prices.

Link to the sale: Sale at Pepita Needlepoint: Penguin Awareness Day

See all Pepita Needlepoint upcoming specials by visiting the Event Calendar.



Strawberry Ice Cream Day

January 15 is National Strawberry Ice Cream Day! It’s way too cold in New York to eat ice cream, so instead we are celebrating by taking 25% off all dessert designs. This promo expires at midnight so don’t delay, make your purchase today!

Link to the sale: Sale at Pepita Needlepoint: Strawberry Ice Cream Day

See all Pepita Needlepoint upcoming specials by visiting the Event Calendar.



In honor of National Bird Day – January 5, 2018

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To all our bird lover friends – We are offering 25% on all bird canvas designs today only in honor of National Bird Day.  Choose from our wide selection including scarlet tanagers, scarlet finch, red headed buntings, hummingbirds, parrots, peacocks, herons, pelicans, swans, bluebirds, mallards, owls, roosters, flamingos, rufus-bellied Niltava, silver-eared Mesia, Pacific swallows, yellow-throated Laughingthrush, peregrine falcons, hens, doves, toucans, owls, seagulls, and eagles.   Check it out; there’s something for everyone.

Excerpt from www.nationalbirdday.com

Why National Bird Day?

  • The beauty, songs, and flight of birds have long been sources of human inspiration.
  • Today, nearly 12 percent of the world’s 9,800 bird species may face extinction within the next century, including nearly one-third of the world’s 330 parrot species.
  • Birds are sentinel species whose plight serves as barometer of ecosystem health and alert system for detecting global environmental ills.
  • Many of the world’s parrots and songbirds are threatened with extinction due to pressures from the illegal pet trade, disease, and habitat loss.
  • Public awareness and education about the physical and behavioral needs of birds can go far in improving the welfare of the millions of birds kept in captivity.
  • The survival and well-being of the world’s birds depends upon public education and support for conservation.