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A Bit of Halloween Eye Candy

Pictures of three Halloween pieces, thanks to Eye Candy. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2017Original content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:5License Summary:

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Artweave Sunday Needlepoint Eye Candy

Artweave features original needlepoint tapestries by Natalie Fisher. I love what she says about the results of her design process: When viewed from a distance, my completed needlepoint tapestries are designed and worked to give a realistic photographic appearance, yet up close, the viewer is made aware of the pixilated nature of the work created […]

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On-line Visit to Kim’s One-Woman Show

Kim Smith has her first one-woman show at a gallery in her hometown of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. It’s there until November 4. But if you can’t visit, you can still see it on-line because Kim has a wonderful blog post about it. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2017Original content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:5License Summary:

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Sunday Halloween Eye Candy

With bright colors and tons of patterns designs from Ada at Eye Candy Needle Art are always such a treat! To welcome fall she has a small show on her blog of one of her most popular collections, Pumpkin Patchwork. You’ll love the pictures of stitched pumpkins and candy corn she shares with us. It’s […]

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Mermaid Needlepoint Eye Candy

Over the years Gail Sirna has created an absolutely delightful series of mermaid hearts. She has made them as special gifts and for ornament exchanges. Overall they have a folk art style, but each is unique. Looking at them, you’ll get great ideas for your own stitching from this wonderful teacher and needleworker. She has […]

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Mermaid Needlepoint Eye Candy

Over the years Gail Sirna has created an absolutely delightful series of mermaid hearts. She has made them as special gifts and for ornament exchanges. Overall they have a folk art style, but each is unique. Looking at them, you’ll get great ideas for your own stitching from this wonderful teacher and needleworker. She has […]

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Finishes and Works in Progress

I have been a busy little beaver lately and I want to share some of it with you. Having actually gotten my ornaments done early this year, I sent them to Maryse’s (etsy id: maryse) to have them all finished. They came back this week. Because you saw them all in progress, I thought I’d […]

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Prize-winning Needlework in On-line Show

The winning entries from this year’s NAN Exemplary are now available in an on-line exhibit. Thumbnails of each winning piece along with the artist’s name and exhibition class are listed on the front page. To get more information about each piece, just click on the thumbnail. Those pages show a close-up of the piece, the […]

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Sunday Finishing Eye Candy

Pocket Full of Stitches recently had a lovely little on-line show of projects done by their customers and finished by them. Enjoy this gallery! Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2017Original content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:5License Summary:

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Needlepoint Eye Candy Finished and Unfinished

Who knows why (I’m usually bad at this) but lately I’ve been finishing lots of projects. Since I am one of those “serial starters” starting way more projects than I can finish, this is a big thing for me. Besides the ones I’ve done specifically for the blog, like the Mindy pictured above, I’ve finished […]

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Ornamental Eye Candy from Texas

Stephanie is a member of a devoted group of stitchers in Texas called SWAN (Society of Women Addicted to Needlework). Each December one member hosts an ornament exchange and party. Stephanie has three posts with lots of pictures showing off SWAN. See an overview of this year’s ornaments. Learn about the ornaments she’s made for […]

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Lots of Needlepoint Eye Candy on Facebook

I’m not usually a huge promoter of groups on Facebook, largely because I don’t like the cliquish policies in most groups and I don’t like Facebook’s privacy-eating corporate stance. But there are exceptions to all things. In the last few days two groups are on Facebook that give plenty of inspiration to needlepointers. You’ll find […]

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Needlepoint & Wood Purses

I love this designer from Istanbul that Orna found. Merve Burma makes these lovely wooden purses with embroidery in cross stitch on them. Take a lovely Sunday look at many of her designs on Orna’s blog. Then go visit her shop for more fun! Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2016Original content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:5License Summary:

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Needlepoint Eye Candy

I never tire of looking at finished needlepoint. I am so appreciative of shops and stitchers who post pictures of finished work on their blogs, on Pinterest, and on Facebook. It always inspires me to get stitching, Today we have a lovely blog post from Nimble Needle in New Jersey that shows off the finishing […]

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Canadian Shop Visit

Sheena hopped across the border recently to Canada. While there she visited Cindy’s Needle Art, located in the Toronto suburbs. The name might not be familiar to you because you know them better as Sew Much Fun, the playful canvas company headed by Cindy and her sister, Randi. Cindy creates the stitch guides for Randi’s […]

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Needlepoint Eye Candy – Nativity

Katherine Broyles of the blog Boots & Beads has been blog stitching a delightful needlepoint nativity. I’ve been enjoying the process. But she has finished the last piece and is singing joyfully. Better yet, she is sharing pictures of all of the figures in a post on her blog. P.S. If you stitch really fast, […]

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On-line Show of New York Stitcher

Susan Duncan is Stitch by Stitch’s featured stitcher this month. In addition to having her canvases featured in the Larchmont, NY shop, the shop’s blog has a lovely on-line show of some of her work. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2016Original content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:5License Summary:

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Tent Stitch Eye Candy

Many if us tend to be dismissive of needlepoint stitched only in Tent Stitch. However if you think of it as a stitched equivalent of Seraut’s pointillism you can see how it can be a compelling basis for art. Annie Helmerick-Louder is Midwestern artist who creates original needlepoint as well as art textiles, drawings and […]

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Needlepoint Eye Candy from Hawaii

Sheena was recently in Hawaii where she had the chance to visit Needlepoint, Etc. This Honolulu shop is owned by the wonderful Gussie Schubert. I love that the shop specializes in wonderful tropical canvases. Gussie has a great eye and her walls are abloom with lovely canvases of hibiscus, orchids, birds of paradise, and other […]

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Four Way Bargello Update

Originally posted 2009-01-02 18:01:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Stitchlady has been working on this lovely Four Way Bargello piece and finished it in time for the New Year. I love the pop you get from the little buts of red “poison” color. BTW, although it sounds nasty, a poison color is a color which […]

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Four Way Bargello Update

Originally posted 2009-01-02 18:01:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Stitchlady has been working on this lovely Four Way Bargello piece and finished it in time for the New Year. I love the pop you get from the little buts of red “poison” color. BTW, although it sounds nasty, a poison color is a color which […]

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Happy Hearts – February Twinchy Challenge – Part 1

Originally posted 2009-02-28 05:42:23. Republished by Blog Post Promoter This was a real challenge to me, trying to make hearts which had bright contemporary colors and still use threads in my stash. But didn’t my bellpull turn out great? I used a taupe metallic (72) from Kreinik for the grid and all analogous color schemes, […]

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Plenty of Petei Eye Candy

There are lots of great needlepoint designers out there, but I know few that are collected as much as Peteis, especially the Santas. Folks love the character and whimsy that are in every figure. I know I’m not immune, I have collections of Petei ornaments in process for two of my kids and would start […]

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Christmas Needlepoint Eye Candy

To celebrate this joyous day of Christ’s birth, let’s look at some charming needlepoint eye candy. At the top of the blog is a picture of the Tapestry Fair Holy Family I’ll be stitching in the new year. I’m planning on giving it to my church, Holy Family Mission in Rutherford, CA for our redo […]

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Sneak Peek – Little Quilt Blocks eBook

Originally posted 2008-09-08 05:54:04. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe first of my eBooks to be published (out late this month) will be a collection of 50 quilt blocks charted for either cross stitch or needlepoint. The blocks are charted simply and range in size from 15×15 to 24×24. You can stitch them just as they […]

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How Do You Stitch a Landmark?

I admit it, my first thought on seeing this canvas on Pinterest a couple of days ago was “Someone must REALLY love badmiton.” But, as it turns out, I was wrong. It’s a canvas from KC Needlepoint of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. Sue Dulle bought it and stitched it up recently. She also […]

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How Do You Stitch a Landmark?

I admit it, my first thought on seeing this canvas on Pinterest a couple of days ago was “Someone must REALLY love badmiton.” But, as it turns out, I was wrong. It’s a canvas from KC Needlepoint of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. Sue Dulle bought it and stitched it up recently. She also […]

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Amazing Needlework in On-line Show

Each Spring NAN (National Assembly of Needlearts) presents an amazing show of needlework at the Exemplary. Here you’ll find the most recent work by many of your favorite teachers. They have just posted the award winners from the 2015 exhibit. All the winners are shown by class in thumbnails on this page. To learn more […]

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Needlepoint Eye Candy – Faraway Hills

Originally posted 2010-09-26 07:08:13. Republished by Blog Post PromoterCathy Connolley is a self-taught artist from the UK. Her art is fanciful with lots of fine lines and charming detail. She also does lovely and colorful Tent Stitch needlepoint. Her needlepoint gallery (one of her pieces is pictured above) is on her website. You can also […]

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Needlepoint Eye Candy Bonanza

Originally posted 2011-11-27 07:26:23. Republished by Blog Post PromoterDaphne Goodyear is both an amazing and prolific needlepointer. Far better than lazy and cheap people like me who have most of our stitching sitting in boxes waiting to be finished. I just spent a long time on her wonderful site, Needle Artistry (UPDATE: Link added), exploring […]

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