Back To Basics

Many needlecrafts that were popular in years past have been having a surge of
renewed popularity. Just visit Pinterest and search for Needle Punch or Rug Punch
and you will be inspired to try a “new old craft”. I recently started doing hand
embroidery and needlepunch again after remembering how much I enjoyed doing them
as a teenager over 40 years ago.

Over the next few months at we will be introducing “Make it Your Way” patterns that will help and encourage you to explore Needle Punch Embroidery, Hand Embroidery, Rug Punching or Hooking, and Easy Applique. Watch our website and our weekly email for these renewed needlework trends using popular themes like Gnomes and Succulents (Cactus etc.).

Here is a sneak peek of some of our upcoming patterns…

If you want to start your exploration of Rug Punching and more now. May we suggest this wonderful series of videos by The Oxford Company. Check out their YouTube channel by clicking the link or start with the video below.

FREE Basic Instructions

Also, right now you can find many basic instructions on our website for quilting and
embroidery. Embroidery stitches, binding, mitered corners, punch needle basics, hand embroidery basics, and more. All free to download.

Plus you can check out our Embroidery and Rug Punching Supplies. We have some beautiful Hand Dyed Merino Wool Yarn, linen, monks cloth and more. And we will be adding more in the next couple of months. So check back soon.


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