There are dozens of options available to today’s stitcher, and that makes it even harder to know what’s “critical” and what’s simply “nice to have”. So, today, we’re going to talk about the essentials. Those tools and accessories that you really should have in order to get the most enjoyment out of your needlepoint hobby. Sound good? Terrific! Let’s dive in…
The week before last, I posted an article about needlework stands from Needlework System 4, a company in Florida. And this week, we’re gonna continue my series with a peek at the Lowery Workstand. Lowery Workstands are manufactured in the United Kingdom, but they’re available worldwide.
A couple of months ago, I splurged and bought their stainless steel model as a Christmas gift to myself. Admittedly, my experience with them is limited, but so far, I’m reeaaaallllly impressed!
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.
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