Stitch Boutique of Boston has a delightful club of six ornaments by Penny MacLeod. The three rounds and three birds come complete with stitch guides, threads, and embellishments. Call the shop at 617-236-4633 for more information.
Kim Smith is teaching Little Bits of String as pop up workshops for The Black Sheep in Orlando. Stitch three in a row or as singles on their own canvas. They are fun, quick designs, about 2.5″sq. Classes will be held on the second Saturday of each month or the last Wednesday. Call the shop […]
Park Avenue Needlepoint in Oakwood (Dayton) has six delightful mini-socks from Associated Talents for their newest club. Each kits includes the canvas, threads, beads, and stitch guide. Sign up here: http://www.parkavenueneedlepoint.com/canvas-clubs.htm
The folks at Needlepoint inParadise in Naples have a lovely year-long club featuring canvases from Burnett & Bradley. There are six Santas, each with an accompanying reindeer and sled. The stitch guides are their own. Kits include canvas, threads, and instructions. Learn more here: http://www.needlepointinparadise.com/Clubs.rhtml
The Glam Pad blog has a lovely interview with Jessica of Lycette Designs. It’s about a year old, but well worth reading. See it here: http://www.theglampad.com/2016/04/lycette-designs-is-bringing-needlepoint.html
Adapted from designs by Kathy Rees of Needle Delights, these quilt block ornaments from Paulette are sure to please. You can sign up for any or all of the designs and classes. Learn more here: http://www.familyartsneedlework.com/needlepoint-clubs.html
Lovely handbells, one each for the 12 days of Christmas, are the subject of the newest club from What’s the Point? in Dublin. Designed by Kelly Clark, the club comes with their exclusive stitch guides and finishing fabric from Kelly. Learn more here: http://www.whatsthepoint.biz
What’s the Point? in Dublin has teamed up with BB Designs for a club featuring a series of delectable cakes — all rendered in needlepoint! From strawberry shortcake to wedding cakes, the canvases with stitch guides from the shop are delicious to stitch. Call the shop at 614-717-9008 for more information.
With 12 delightful presents designed by Pippin and the creative stitch guides of the folks at Lubbock’s Pocket Full of Stitches, this club is sure to please. It begins in April 2017. For information or to sign up, call the shop — 1-800-234-1761