Happy Halloween Sale! We are having a sale on Halloween goods--counted cross stitch, needlepoint, yarns (if they're black/orange)--20% off starting today (Monday, 6/24) and continuing through Saturday, June 29. The sale prices are good whether you walk in or call in or email us! Do you have a favorite Halloween chart? Now's the time! I have three new favorite Halloween charts--Karen from the shop stitched all three Alessandra Adelaide here and framed them in gorgeous black frames. They are stitched on 40 count Lakeside in Tarnished Silver. Gorgeous--I ordered a half yard of the tarnished silver and the three charts. Here, a closeup of "Bat Banner." Love the beads.
Full length "Bat Banner." You could stitch this on another color (orange?) if you wanted.
And "Skull Banner." Just love the steel-gray beads.
We had 20+ attendees at Lock-In on Sunday.
Here's some needlepoint wall art.
More needlepoint. I want to stitch that haunted house.
Door prizes. (You should come to the next lock-in; the door prizes are quite breath-taking. Employees can't win. Darn it.)
Here's a happy winner (a lovely Stacy Nash kit).
We bring our projects. Someone rose to the Halloween occasion here and is stitching a Halloween Mystery sampler.
A gorgeous blue abstract design.
A cute monthly chart (November) with a cat.
Speaking of cats, look at this wonderful needlepoint canvas with its cats.
A close-up of the cats. Love them to bits.
Here are some nice Halloween treats for sale: Plum Street Sampler's "My Pretties."
Halloween Ornament issue from 2011.
Batley Bat from Amy Bruecken Designs:
New shop models (not Halloween, but too fun to leave out): "When in Doubt, Twirl" and
And "Wine, Whine."
One last Halloween stitched model: "Celtic Pumpkin."
We are located at 8800 F Pear Tree Court in Alexandria, VA. For questions or to order, please call us at 703-360-4600. Our hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and the first Sunday of the month from 12:30 to 4:30. Next stitch night is September 4--so many people are on vacation and doing things outdoors (not stitching!) that we take a break in the summer. Happy stitching, from the resident witches!