Using Straight Stitches on Your Needlepoint Canvases

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Aug 6, 2020
Straight stitches are a terrific way to add texture to your needlepoint projects.

Ready to dive into some stitches that you can use to embellish your needlepoint canvases? Terrific! Me, too. Let’s chat just a minute about stitch families before we get started, though. When you understand how stitches are grouped in families (and how those families relate to each other), it helps make choosing the best ones for your projects much easier. I like to categorize canvas embroidery stitches into these five families: straight, slanted, crossed, looped, and knotted.

A Needlepoint Stitch For Buildings

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Aug 27, 2019
Washington DC Capitol dome detail with American flag waving in the breeze.

Hi there!

Are you ready to revisit another fun destination from last year’s Threadventure? Great! Hop aboard the Serendipity Express with me and we’ll take our magical virtual vacation tour bus to our next stop – Washington, D.C.  where we’ll visit one of our nation’s most famous landmarks and explore a terrific needlepoint stitch for buildings…

 

The Monumental Buildings of Washington D.C.

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Jun 21, 2018
The Threadventure continues with our third destination, Washington, DC.

Hi there!

Are you ready for this week’s destination on the Threadventure? Great! Hop aboard the Serendipity Express with me and we’ll take our magical virtual vacation tour bus to our next stop – our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.  where there’s plenty to see and do! We’ll visit museums, buildings, monuments, and more…

 

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