Japanese Tea House by Leigh, made special with stitch guide by Jane Wood (thee Jane of Chilly Hollow). Piece is 8 1/2″ x 4″ full of delicacy, attention to detail, technique and color. Having a guide by Jane is like having Jane by your side leading you step by step. A lot too read, a lot of clarity appropriate for the advanced beginner with some determination to the most experienced. I’m in the process of getting a thread kit together. Pardon me if it sounds like a cliche but stitching something by Jane is like owning a piece of fine art.
|Japanese Tea House Canvas by Leigh Designs Stitch guide by Jane Wood|
|Stitch Guide for Japanese Tea House|
|Fan by Sophia|
|Ling Ling by Leigh|
|Hibiscus by C Leong for Julia’s|
|White Hydrangea on 13|
A project than can be completed in one sitting and its useful too. Don’t scoff at who can be bothered sharpening their needles. Think of it as cleaning them, remember we couldn’t do what we love without a needle; don’t they to deserve a little TLC?
|Rococo Strawberry Emery Kit|
|Rococo Emery Kit|
Thrilled to have these back in stock so quickly. Customer’s love them for the hard to tame threads such as those from Renaissance, I like them for keeping my nice silks such as Gloriana 12 ply, Gumnut Stars, and Pepper Pot in nice condition.
|Nimble Needle Rainbow Thread Cards|
|Baseball Sweater and thread kit|
|La Crosse sweater and thread kit|
|Charro by Leigh Designs, Stitch guide by Brenda Hart|
|Stitch guide available with canvas|
Love the boldness, love the tie to another culture it just adds so much more to the story. Here’s two in a series by Leigh.
|Moondance Mask by Leigh Designs
|Dzoonakwa Mask by Leigh Designs|
|Collage by Sophia on 13|
The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure says
Thank you for the nice compliment, Karen. As I am wrestling with tomorrow’s Blue Russian posting, I really needed that!