Choosing a needlepoint stand can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t have a local needlework shop nearby. If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that Serendipity Needleworks began as a brick-and-mortar store, so I have an extensive background in helping people choose their ideal needlepoint stand. And that’s what this series of blog posts is going to be about – choosing the best needlepoint stand for wonderful Y-O-U! First, we’re going to take a closer look at needlepoint stands from Needlework System 4, a company based in Florida.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I’ve hosted a winter-themed needlepoint workshop in January for the past couple of years. But I decided to shake things up this year and we’re kicking 2021 off with our sure-to-be-oodles-of-fun Winter Stitch Challenge! It’s absolutely free and I’d love to have you join us.
It’s already the end of the first week of January and I was hoping to have more of my Santa canvas done by now. But the holidays kinda’ got in the way. And yesterday, I frogged all of Mardi Gras Santa’s crown, including the beads that I’d lassoed in place. (EEK!) You see, it just didn’t look like I pictured it in my mind’s eye. I’m the first to admit that I make plenty of mistakes. And I don’t pretend to know everything, so I’m sharing this picture of Santa’s crown in the “rip it” stage…
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