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Good morning, and happy Wednesday! I hope you’ve been able to enjoy some time with your needle and thread this week so far – and that ..read more
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I really wouldn’t wish a blizzard on anyone this early in the year… unless, of course, it’s a blizzard of embroidered snowflakes! ..read more
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Happy Friday! Most people call it the weekend – I’m calling it the workend. Lots to do this weekend with needle and thread (and ..read more
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If you’ve been embroidering for a long time, or if you’ve been following along with me on Needle ‘n Thread for years, you know what ..read more
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It’s funny how a single needlework topic comes up repeatedly in several different venues all at the same time. For example, over the ..read more
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Good morning, Happy Friday, Happy Weekend, Happy November! I thought I’d share a bit of weekend reading with you today, in the form of a ..read more
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Time to shatter (once again) that perception that all things in my Needlework World are perfect. They aren’t! Sometimes, my deadlines ..read more
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My adventure in embroidering snowflakes in October has anticipated a touch of winter – maybe not as odd as snow in Texas last week, but ..read more
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How about a little bit of Stitch Fun? Today’s tutorial comes about following an ongoing conversation with a fellow embroiderer, wherein ..read more
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Not every needlework accessory or needlework tool needs to come from the craft industry. Take, for example, the magnet wand (like this ..read more

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