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Quick and Easy Needlepoint Posted By : Jerry Cahill
Needlepoint is a canvas work that can be described as hand-made embroidery, using canvas and wool threads. What makes the needlepoint different is that it is done manually all the way. The stitching threads used may be of wool, silk, cotton or combinations, such as wool and silk. Other materials that can be used are metallic cord, metallic braid, ribbon, or raffiia. Stitches may be plain, covering just one mesh intersection with a single orientation, or fancy, such as in Bargello.

Knitting And Crochet - Will There Be A Revival? Posted By : Susan Dean
I don't know about you but when I was a little girl, nearly every woman and some men at some stage knitted or crocheted. We always wore garments that were hand knitted especially. There was always knitting and crochet patterns lying around the house. My mother and grandmother would always have knitting on the go in the evenings when they finally sat down to rest.

Getting The Most Out Of Your Knitting Books Posted By : B. Hopkins
Knitting is an art that needs considerable talent. But talent also needs to be polished and if you have an interest you can polish it so that you can master the art of knitting very well. Knitting Books are good way to start the process of learning how to knit. There are lots of books that teach different ways in which you can start how to knit, what to shop for, how to plan your work etc. Knitting books provide step by step directions to start knitting.

Keeping Your Needlework Clean Posted By : Katrina Renouf
The best way to clean your needlework is to keep it clean from the beginning; this doesnt always happen (as I very well know). I can give you some tips on how to make this more likely to happen, and also how to get out those inevitable stains...

American History Through The Eye Of A Needle ~ Part II Posted By : John Wigham
Three hundred years ago the then colonies in America were inhabited largely by a European hierarchy who'd brought their lower classes with them to do the hard work. There was much mingling and intermarrying with each other and with the Indians - the farmers, the peddlers, the sailors, the little merchants, the wilderness fighters -- the first Americans...

Repetitve Stress Injuries Due to Needlework Posted By : Katrina Renouf
Doing a lot of needlework can cause repetitive stress injury (RSI), especially when combined with the large amount of typing that many people do nowadays.

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An Introduction to Needlepoint Canvas Posted By : Carolyn McNeil
A basic introduction to needlepoint canvas, including the different types of canvas available and their uses.

Quick and Easy Needlepoint Posted By : Jerry Cahill
Have you ever considered needlepoint? It is fun and easier than you might imagine.

The Five Basic Types of Needlepoint Stitches Posted By : Carolyn McNeil
An introduction to the basic needlepoint stitches available.

To Frame Or Not To Frame, That Is The Question Posted By : Carolyn McNeil
The pros and cons of working needlepoint projects with a frame, plus descriptions and uses of the needlepoint frames available.

The Web Stitch Posted By : Carolyn McNeil
The basics of working the Web Stitch in any needlepoint project.

Diagonal Stitches: The Greatest Hits Part I - The Background Stitches Posted By : Carolyn McNeil
A list and description of the best diagonal stitches to work large areas of canvas and backgrounds in any needlepoint project.

Diagonal Stitches: The Greatest Hits Part 2 - The Detail Stitches Posted By : Carolyn McNeil
A list and description of the best diagonal stitches to work detailed areas of canvas in any needlepoint project.

Needlepoint - The Funniest Way to Stitch Posted By : Robbie Darmona
Needlepoint can be described as a hand-made embroidery, using canvas and wool threads. The difference between embroidery and needlepoint is that in needlepoint all the work is done manually. Why so, you may ask? Because IT MAKES FUN.

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Embroidery - An Enjoyable Craft Posted By : Pearl Mertons
Embroidery, in one form or another, has been around for many years and has shown up in different forms throughout history. Today, embroidery is a very popular pass time and people from all walks of life enjoy doing a little needlework. Many people who aren't heavily into embroidery have no idea of the many different aspects and advancements embroidery has taken over the past several years.

Embroidery - A Thriving Art Form Posted By : Pearl Mertons
Embroidery has survived history in different forms. It has existed in one form or the other for many years. Embroidery is a fulfilling art form which has become an interesting pass time for people from all segments of society. In the recent past, this has made advancements in a lot of aspects, and many of those who are not fully involved with embroidery are unaware of the immense developments.

The Art of Embroidery Posted By : Pearl Mertons
Basic embroidery means creating a pattern on fabric by using multi-colored threads. Chances are if you buy something already embroidered, it was done by machine. Hand embroidery is time consuming and doesn't lend itself to mass marketing. Most who embroider use a pattern, although some can create as they go.

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Quick and Easy Needlepoint Posted By : Jerry Cahill
Have you ever considered needlepoint? It is fun and easier than you might imagine.

All You've Ever Wanted To Know About Embroidery Posted By : Samantha Brown
What is Embroidery? Embroidery is decorative needlework used on clothing and other textiles. The word embroidery may come from two different places, one a Frankish word meaning braid, the other a Germanic word meaning border or edge. There are many different kinds of embroidery in the world and there is no clear concept of who may have done the first embroidery in the world. An art form with a long history in almost every culture the many styles and variations that have be...

the Basics of Cross Stitch Posted By : ian Williamson
What is this thing called cross stitch? Well...in a way, cross stitch is just like embroidery or needlepoint. But that one statement will often bring many handcrafters to the boiling point. Die hards from each type of craft think that their own craft is the best and they just don't like being compared to the others.

How to Celebrate Weddings and Anniversaries in Cross-Stitch Posted By : John Wigham
A wedding or anniversary is a time to celebrate and be joyful, but it can also be time to get creative and personal with your cross-stitch craft, so why not give something that comes from your heart so they can always have that special reminder...

6 Top Tips For Framing Your Cross Stitch Project Posted By : John Wigham
For many stitchers, the most exciting step of creating a cross stitch project is the final one - that of framing. To get the very best results, framing your project requires a little planning. Here's my set of top tips for making this look as good as it can possibly be...

How To Create Your Very Own Cross-Stitch Sampler Posted By : John Wigham
A cross-stitch sampler is a decorative piece of work designed to showcase an eye catching variety of motifs, alphabets, and stitches, thereby displaying the stitcher's skill and creativity. Samplers are "busy" patterns with their variety of...

English Embroidery - Centuries Of Excellence Posted By : Sharon Stajda
The art of embroidery was practiced many centuries ago and is still practiced today. It would be highly unlikely that today's collector would be able to find or purchase much that was made prior to 1650, simply due to lack of preservation of such works. If one was to locate such an antique piece, it would be very expensive, due to its rarity. Antique embroidery items of this nature can still be seen in museum-type settings or private collections. As one might expect time w...

10 Good Reasons to Take Up Cross Stitch Posted By : John Wigham
There are a numerous reasons for taking up the beguiling, blue-collar craft of cross stitch, ten of which are shown below. So continue reading then pay a visit to your local craft shop and start your cross stitching career...

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Embroidery - An Enjoyable Craft Posted By : Pearl Mertons
Embroidery has been with us for many years, although it takes a number of forms. It's very popular these days with people who enjoy needlework. Most of us aren't aware of how many ways there are to embroider, nor do we know all the innovations it's taken.

Every Cross Stitch Beginner Has to Start Somewhere Posted By : Geordie Johnny..
When you first start out with a new hobby the tendency is to run before you can walk and cross stitch is no exception. I remember my first attempt, when a cross stitch beginner, it was a large wall hanging of some mice with a grandfather clock and although it was a complete kit, I still hadn't got a clue what I was doing! There were around 30 different colors and millions of stitches to do but I wanted something impressive. Needless to say it didn't take me long to give up on that particular design!

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