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  • 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.