Saturday, March 10, 2012

And More: Nashville Goodes IV

Greetings, All! We have lots more Nashville charts and kits for your enjoyment:

Patricia stitched this cutie-pie Adam & Eve pendant, by the Primitive Jewel, for the shop.

Blackbird Designs limited edition kit: "Wild Garden" in a tin. We have just a few of these left and we won't be able to get more. Give us a call to snag one.

Two lovely samplers in "quiet" shades: "Faithful Friend" by Pineberry Lane...

...and from the Jefferson County History Center, "Susanna Kearney Sampler 1826."

"A Christmas Dutch Sewing Set" by Giulia Punti Antichi, which includes the linen fabric (also Italian, and very beautiful) and the flower treasure.

Black Branch Needlework's "Ann Lockart 1842."

Praiseworthy Stitches' "Winter at Beacon House." We have the recommended Lakeside Winter Sky fabric for this in different counts.

"Beauty in Simplicity" by Blue Ribbon Designs.

"Gather Ye Tulips" by Heartstring Samplery.

Lots of reds in the shop: "Pomegranate Study" by NeedleWorkPress.

And by Ink Circles--well, darn. I have chopped off the name.

"Dogwood Lace" by Rosewood Manor.

So many beautiful colors of fabric. These are just a few of our "remnants," most of them the perfect size for stitching smalls or ornaments. The colors and manufacturers and threadcounts change by the day. Check the fabric counter often, because there's always something new and they don't last long.

Everyone who saw this fabric in person exclaimed over it. Although the mottling is bold, it lends itself to lots of designs and projects. By Picture This Plus.

Speaking of colors: Rosalie, helping a customer select just the perfect fiber shades for a gorgeous new needlepoint flower canvas. Confused or uncertain about choosing colors or having enough fiber for your needlepoint project? Come in and let an experienced needlepointer make suggestions. I love watching the selection process for a really huge project with lots of details and textures.

To order or for questions, please call as at 703-360-4600. Our hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 12:30-4:30 on the first Sunday of the month. Stitch Nights are the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

Next time: some Easter charts and canvases!

Happy Stitching!

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