Introducing: A Needlework Enthusiast's Book of Days for 2016

Bringing you a "Book of Days" is exciting every year, but especially for 2016, because we've included some terrific hornbook images from a 19th century text, as well as an antique chart featuring great border and corner motifs!

Labors of Love on Labor Day

Goodness! The "labors of love" in our lives seem to have gotten in the way of regular postings! No need to worry, though, just extra busy with family, home, travel, jobs and the like! Trying to find time to complete more projects and thought you might like to see one of the reproduction samplers that is keeping our needles busy this month.

A glimpse behind the stitches

We are so happy to hear the stories behind your stitches! So we wanted to share Sharon Cuppetelli's words about “Sweet Land” with you: "I’m working on your lovely piece for my family in Michigan. We will hang it surrounded by pics of our loved ones who served our country. I love the simplicity of this design. It speaks volumes. Bless you.

More time to sitch!

There are days when the demands of life and necessary details of running a small business get in the way of stitching! Oh for some spare time to sit down with needle and thread! We're sure it will come, but meanwhile, we're tying up the ends of market orders so we can get much-anticipated products out to shops and on to stitchers. Hope you're enjoying some creative time with needle and thread!

Yellow pom poms: It's got to be Easter-time!

The original pom pom had to be an Acacia blossom!

Glimpses from the 2015 Nashville Needlework Market

Whan an AMAZING time we had in Nashville last weekend!

A couple of fun & useful kits

We're madly packaging these fun and practical kits to make their debut at the Nashville Needlework Market the end of the month.

Introducing four sampler reproductions

Perhaps you've watched our periodic posts as these projects took shape!

Bringing you a small wooden treasure box!

Last summer while traveling in New Hampshire, we stumbled upon a quaint antique hinged box. Clearly home-made and functional, it contained a small old perforated paper scene (box in foreground above).

New year, new projects

Every new project generates excitement at NeedleWorkPress, much the same way great enthusiasm greets the new year.


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