Needlepoint dates back hundreds of years and is a traditional art form of counted embroidery worked with a threaded needle to stitch a design over the threads of a canvas.
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The book encompasses 65 stitches, including the most popular and commonly known, cross stitch and tent stitch, with easy to follow instructions.
by Country Bumpkin
- Published 2015
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Helpful, basic information for needlepointing.
Articles and information on how to block a needlepoint project.
Learn about the different types of needlepoint canvas.
Information on the care and cleaning of needlepoint pieces.
Articles on how to needlepoint a chair cover.
Want to add pizazz to your needlepoint project. Try these!
Information for finishing your needlepoint projects.
Free projects to needlepoint.
Free project to make using plastic canvas.
Learn about needlepoint notions and tools and how to use them.
How to make a needlepoint pillow from a finished canvas.
How to information for all types of needlepoint stitch.
All about needlepointing threads - yarn, perle cotton, etc.
Do you want to see a color chart?
Do you want a conversion chart for tapestry wool?
Do you have a project, kit or pattern that calls for one brand of needlepoirt thread or tapestry wool and you want to use a different brand?
If you do, these color charts and conversion charts can be very helpful for finding the corresponding color number for different brands. But please remember the shade maynot be exact.
We have search the Internet to compile this comprehensive list of threads and yarns use doing needlepoint and crewel projects.
These websites have needlepoint instructions, lessons and tutorial information.
How to make your own designs and transfer them to canvas.