I’m a few weeks late with the anniversary sale. Between two trade shows I couldn’t squeeze it in. But, the wait is over!
All in stock canvases are 25% off now through Saturday April 16th!
If you’re new to the blog, all you have to do is give us a call with the frame number which is BELOW the canvases and let us know what you would like for us to send your way. If we don’t answer the phone, leave us a message and we will get back to you right away.
THE SALE DOES NOT APPLY TO THE ONLINE STORE
You must call or email to place an order. 203-210-5107 email@example.com
Here we go!
Frame 185 – sold as a set
I’m pretty sure this is out biggest sale yet! Give us a call to order! 203-210-5107
You asked for more classes and you shall receive! My newest online class is “How Does Your Garden Grow” on April 26th at 12:30. Here’s a few of the techniques you will learn.
I’ll have a variety of techniques like French and Colonial Knots, some silk ribbon techniques (you should have experience with silk ribbon), Granitos and some beautiful stitches that you can use on flower petals.
Here’s one example for a stitch for grass. It would be fabulous stitched with an overdye thread!
You’ve got bugs in your garden? Not a problem with needlepoint! You’ll learn about Bullion Knots and what you can do with them.
You can sign up by calling the shop or by signing up online. Can’t wait to see you in class!
The Atlanta Needlepoint Show was a blast! We had so much fun visiting with old friends and making new ones.
Here’s a little taste of what we brought home from the show.
All of the crosses come with stitch guides by Patricia Sone!
As part of our ten year anniversary extravaganza, Kelly Clark sent us a trunk show with the most beautiful scissor fobs and magnets. They’re so pretty. I want all of them!
Give us a call if you see somethin that catches your eye. I’m sure you will!
I opened my shop, The Enriched Stitch! It has been a wild ride over the last ten years and I wouldn’t change a minute of it.
I had no idea what I was doing. Sometimes I still feel like I don’t know what I’m doing. LOL! But, with the help and support of my friends and family I made it to where I am today.
Four years ago I started my wholesale design line, Vallerie Needlepoint Gallery. That was an adventure in itself. It was quite a learning curve. I learned to paint and surprised myself that I could actually do it, thanks to my dear friend, Amanda Lawford.
My staff…there are not enough words to describe how fabulous they are. They have seen me through thick and thin, both personally and professionally. They have cheered me on a supported me every step of the way. And they bust their butts to make the shop the success that it is. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
And my dear customers…I wouldn’t be here without you. It has been such a wonderful journey working on needlepoint together. I love seeing your pieces come to life!
I’m sad that I won’t be in the shop today since I’m on my way to Atlanta for market. I really wanted to be there to celebrate with everyone.
Big things are in store for The Enriched Stitch! Stay tuned!
You’ve asked for more classes so here they are! I’ve been a busy girl!
Oranges in Blue and White Bowl
March 24th at 12:30 EST on Zoom
April 2nd 10-3
Bathroom Vanity Shelves
April 28th at 12:30 EST on Zoom
April 5th at 12:30 EST on Zoom
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All of these pieces were so much fun to stitch. I hope you join me in one of the classes!
It’s a very special month here at The Enriched Stitch. Our birthday is coming on March 17th! My little shop is turning 10! So, to celebrate, we have not only the VNG trunk show in the shop but we also just received a trunk show from RiverSilks. So much fun!
If you’re a silk ribbon lover like me, keep scrolling. I’m sure you’ll find something that tickles you!
I think the little sachets would make the sweetest gift for someone.
As with all of our trunk shows, everything is 20% off! Please call us to order or for pricing. This trunk show is not loaded into the online store.
I have been glued to the news coverage these days. The horrors that are unfolding across the world are beyond words.
Many of feel like we need to do something to help. But what? What we do best. . . stitch!
All proceeds from this sunflower canvas will be donated to Americares who have step in to help people in crisis.
This canvas is a 4 inch round on 18 mesh.
I have a few in stock but more on the way in a few weeks.
I originally designed this piece to fit the larger HOME canvas that can be swapped out for each month.
The stitch guide for this piece is complementary now through March.
You can call the shop to order the canvas and guide or click here to purchase online.
I’ve been stitching my brains out lately! Which means that there’s new classes! The first three classes are on Zoom. As with all my Zoom classes, it is recorded so you can watch it whenever it is convenient for you!
The first one is the Buffalo Check Cardinal class. It is 8 x 8 on 13 mesh.
I can’t wait to go fabric shopping for a pillow for this piece! And no . . .I didn’t apply burlap fabric to the canvas to make the sack. It’s stitched!
February 24th at 12:30 on Zoom
The next class is the Oranges in Blue and White Bowl Class.
This class will take you through how to work open stitches, a really cool beading technique on the butterfly and so much more.
March 24th at 12:30 on Zoom
Let it Flow Class
February 26th at 2 on Zoom
This is a great beginner piece or for anyone looking to tighten their technique.
It is 4 inches round on 13 mesh.
Embellishment with Suzie Class
February 5th 10-3
This class was supposed to be this past Saturday but we got snowed out. So, I have a few openings in class this Saturday.
I hope you come join in the fun!
How many times have you tried to stitch something round on a canvas, only to have it look jagged and messy? If so, then this class is for you!
January 27th at 12:30EST
I will take you through Chain Stitch, Outline and Stem Stitch, Rhodes Stitches, Raised Stem Band, Couching and Woven Spiders. Not sure what those stitches are? Let’s take a look at some examples.
The red and white scarf is an example of Raised Stem Band.
The black rope lines are an example of Couching.
Those are just a few examples that you will learn about.
You can sign up by clicking the link below.
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I have lots of other Zoom classes in the works so stay tuned!