Do you think of needlepoint backgrounds like the sky in a jigsaw puzzle? They can seem like a lot of same-same when you just want the project to be finished so you can start another one. Here are three versatile needlepoint background stitches - or filler stitches - that go anywhere. They will transform the large spaces on your needlepoint canvas from "meh" to "yeah"!
Here are Needlepoint Stitches for Small Spaces! Take a peek at some Stitch Diagrams for those small spaces you want to fill with decorative stitches! Stitch Diagram | Stitch Pattern | Needlepoint Stitch Diagram | Mosaic Stitch | Brick Stitch | T-Stitch
This time of year, we get an influx of new customers who want to learn how to stitch, and often their first question is, “where are your beginner pieces?” Answering that is a process because every person has different taste. Here are a few things to consider if you’re taking up needlepoint in the new year...
The Hesitation stitch is one of our favorites. It is one of those stitches that is adaptable to any space that you would like to use it on your canvas. On the pictures below it was used as the boarder for Sandra Gilmore’s “Sealed With a Kiss”. You can add a little sparkle by using […]
Needlepoint is a great hobby for those who like to work with their hands. It's also a great way to unwind and get creative — but it can also be frustrating! If you're new to needlepoint, or if you want to learn more about the process, in our blog you can find some tips and tricks that will help you make smoother stitches.