Miniature Needlepoint Challenge Results

July 14, 2017   /   byJanet M Perry  / Categories :  Feeds

Many if us might think longingly of doing some miniature needlepoint but, let’s face it, we’re chicken. That’s the situation Janet Granger writes about in a recent blog post. Sally, the editor of Artisans in Miniature magazine, confessed she had never done miniature needlepoint. Janet issued her a challenge, to stitch this Morris-style wall hanging. […]

The post Miniature Needlepoint Challenge Results appeared first on Nuts about Needlepoint.

This is a syndicated post. Please visit the original author at Nuts about Needlepoint

You may like


Magnify Those Stitches

Here’s a sneak peek at a recent work in progress.  These jeans will be featured in an upcoming issue of Designs in Machine Embroidery and I’m excited to see them on the model. I know you’ve seen the flower patches in previous posts but check out the magnifying effect on this patch: Isn’t that fun? […] Read more…

read more

Sharp Corners with Chain Stitch

In her Field Guide to Birds, Carolyn Hedge Baird recommends Chain Stitch as one of only a few stitches great for outlining. I agree and I love to use and recommend it for thick outlines. There’s little problem with it if the line is straight or curvy. But what if your area has corners or […]

The post Sharp Corners with Chain Stitch appeared first on Nuts about Needlepoint.

read more

DIY Perfect fall dress

DIY Perfect fall dress

When the seasons start to change, selecting fabric can be a bit tricky.  I’m still inclined to purchase lighter fabric but in a darker color.  My solution is to simply line the fabric with my trusty… View Post

read more

Saturday Morning Quilt Break: Quilting with Tim Latimer

I first interviewed award-winning quilter Tim Latimer for a profile in the December/January 2014 issue of Quilters Newsletter. I had come to know his work by reading his blog, TimQuilts.com, where he showed his progress hand quilting vintage quilt tops … Continue reading

read more