Needlepoint Quickies

New stuff from all over the  web: Needlepoint is going glamorous: appearing on fashion runways. Flickr: a pretty oriental crewel needlepoint work. Memories of my great-grandmother: starring her needlepoint pieces. More work by Mary Smull (we wrote about her here last week). Gay Ann Rogers writes how sometimes needlepoint saves her. Tisha writes a story about […]

Pepita Needlepoint Featured in Needlepoint Now Magazine

Just in time for Passover, our Regal Matzo Cover and Afikoman Bag canvas set was written up in the March/April issue of Needlepoint Now. These were finished expertly and photographed for the article, which presents various stitching techniques for completing the project. These pieces require a greater investment of time but are very worthwhile; the resulting matching set will be […]

The Society for the Prevention of Unfinished Needlepoints

Also known as SPUN, the Society for the Prevention of Unfinished Needlepoints aims to locate all the unfinished works of needlepoint scattered across the world and bring them closure. I read about this fine organization in this article at NewsWorks: Many people buy needlepoint kits to stitch a image out of colored yarn, and sometimes […]