Diane M., a long time customer, completed this great "bathroom art" for the guest powder room.
Barbara T. stitched this little flower girl for her get-away in Mexico.
Beautiful, isn't it!
Vicky M. created this very special stocking. Look at all the different stitches and embellishments used!
Cynthia K. from York, PA., stitched this wonderful stocking for her nephew with much love.
Susan W. created this wallhanging for her grandchildren. A close look will show you just how many stitches and embellishments she incorporated in the piece.
Mary M. did these pillows for her island hideaway...exquisite aren’t they?
Hope M. has lots of visitors to her get-away home! These pillows need to be admired.
Pat J. created this stocking for her grandson, Cole.
Pat J. created these lovely heirlooms for her granddaughter, Holly.
Celia E.'s daughter "Rose" will treasure this very special keepsake.
You need to admire both a front and a back view of this handbag stitched by Diane M.
Another point of view...look at all the different stitches Diane incorporated in this very creative piece!
Here is one of several nativity scenes Judy G. stitched. A variety of stitches and threads were used as she created this family heirloom. Her husband Val, a master woodworker, made the backdrop stable to complete the picture. There are sixteen pieces in this set.
Will's grandmother, Trish B., made him a needlepoint stocking to last a lifetime.
Darlene T. created a piece that is sure to be handed down for generations to come.
This wowzer was stitched by Phyllis B. The picture doesn't do it justice!
Wally P., a longtime customer, has a passion for gingerbread houses, cookies, you name it!
Walker will treasure this very traditional stocking forever.
Judy G. created these needlepoint stockings for her family.
Notice how this needlepoint stocking was created by using a stocking topper.
The stocking Judy made for Justin was a fun project. Notice the variety of stitches and embellishments!
Regan will hopefully keep this forever, knowing that Mimi stitched it especially for her.
My daughter-in-law, Lauren, really does have an appreciation for my handwork...I'm thankful for that!
Like all the adults, Justin's stocking was made using a stocking topper.
My grand-dog Tiller is also a deserving member of the family.
Take a look a this exquisite handbag stitched by Ellen G. Quite a work of art isn't it?
Another point of view...still beautifully stitched needlepoint!
Unique finishing of a needlepoint kimono. This piece hangs in Judy G.'s foyer.
Needlepoint isn't just about pillows and pictures! Take a look at the cute night light Judy made.
Phyllis B. is an extraordinary needlepointer. Take a look at one of her framed masterpieces.
This hangs in Judy's Savannah home. It was quite a challenging piece of needlepoint.
Halloween has taken a front row seat in the world of needlepoint. Judy made the decorations using an old pair of shoes she found in the corner of her closet.
Close up of Halloween needlepoint ornaments.
Still more delightfully humorous needlepoint ornaments. What fun to stitch...quite a learning experience!
Lis L. stitched this magical piece in record time. It is truly outstanding!
Carol S. created this beautifully stitched wallhanging for her new granddaughter.
This needlepoint masterpiece was stitched by a "first timer", Elaine. Quite an accomplishment!
Maureen D. designed and stitched this Christmas stocking for her "nephew dog", Buster.
Kissing balls don't take an overly long time to needlepoint, and they are beautiful decorating accents.
Luke, grandson of Linda S., will treasure this stocking for a lifetime of Christmases.
Bobbie B., an accomplished needlepointer, had fun doing this pillow for her granddaughter.