Upcoming Stitch Alongs

There were so many beautiful new canvases that were released during The Virtual Needlepoint Show!  I have my eye on a few that I definitely plan on stitching and was wondering who wants to join me.

I’m sure most of you know about the delays with our painting services these days.  But, if you don’t, here’s the skinny.  Typically I would receive canvases from my painters in 6-12 weeks.  But now, since COVID, it’s taking 4-5 MONTHS to replenish my inventory.  It’s not just me, this is across the boards with all designers.

The good news is that there are so many beautiful in stock canvases in shops to choose from.  So, if you are waiting for a special canvas to come in, you can pick up something in the meantime or work from your stash.  No stash?  Now is the time to build one.  It’s gonna be a long winter!

With canvases taking so long to get, I wanted to let you know what I plan on working on later this winter when they come in.  I thought it would be fun to stitch along together and do Zoom calls every week to show our progress.  You would be sent an installment about every 4-6 weeks, once I get another section complete.

The thing is, you have to sign up now so I can make sure that I have enough canvases, otherwise, it will be an even longer wait for you.

Here are the pieces I plan on stitching.  You can call the shop to sign up or sign up online.

Farmhouse Santa

20 inches on 18 mesh


9 x 12 on 18 mesh

Pumpkin Patch

8 x 10 on 18 mesh

I have a bunch of classes coming up if you’re interested in something sooner.

Pinecone Angel

3 1/2 x 5 on 18 mesh

December 12th 12:30-2:30

Online Class on Zoom

Cardinal Santa

December 5th 12:30-2:30

Online Class on Zoom

And better yet . . . if you missed the following classes, you can watch the recording of the class.


Hydrangea Tote Bag

Of all the hats that I wear in my shop and my wholesale line, I am a teacher at heart.  I have always taught something since I was 12.  I started teaching little kids to ice skate when I was 12.  Then, I taught piano for 15 years.  And now I teach needlepoint.  I’m one lucky lady!

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