needlepoint stitch pathway
Grab-n-Go Stitches is a handy little on-the-go stitch book by the Lone Star Chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild. It’s a humdingerdoozy of a volume that’s chock full of more than 450 stitch illustrations that you can use for your needlepoint projects. A terrific addition to your needlepoint library for sure – but there’s something … Read moreRead More
Last week, we chatted about needlepoint stitch pathways and some questions have popped up, so I thought we’d take a look at some examples here today. Before we dive in though, let’s do a quickie review. Simply put, a stitch pathway is the order in which you execute each part of a stitch or stitch … Read moreRead More
Do you know what needlepoint stitch pathways are? (It’s okay if you don’t – that’s what we’re gonna talk about here today.) Before we dive into this week’s topic, though, let’s start by defining stitch diagrams. A stitch diagram is an illustration that shows you the individual parts of a canvas embroidery stitch (aka, decorative … Read moreRead More
Never miss a post:
Sign up here for the latest needlepoint content from Ellen delivered right to your inbox!