Morgan Julia and Penny Linn have an adorable limited-edition collaboration. It’s an outdoor drinks cart in either blue (tequila) or pink (rose). A needle minder of the blue cart is also available. Evergreen has a limited edition black version of the can cozy. There are also Halloween-themed canvases to go in them. Oasis Needlepoint has a new canvas of a lion with a colorful mane. The company also has a striking new koi canvas as well as new sayings.
Mopsey Designs has new destination canvases for imaginary places. Find ornaments for Middle Earth, Narnia, and Hogwarts. The new quadrant designs celebrate Texas and Florida plants and animals. A lovely canvas has delicate red poppies on a pale yellow background in a design with a Marimekko feel. There is a great glasses case with jewel-studded cat’s eye glasses in red with pink lenses. She also has a pair of canvases of Lego Little People as well as new two-sided scissor fobs.
New angels from Painted Pony include a surgeon, a koi pond, and a new queen. Birds of a Feather has a canvas of four nutcrackers on a diamond-checked border. Raymond Crawford has a canvas of a woody carrying a Christmas tree as well as a cheerful unicorn that’s perfect for little girls. Sew Much Fun has extended its popular drinks canvases with four drinks with a birthday theme as well as bridal and Santa pairs of drinks.
Blueberry Point has a 12 Days panel in a mid-Century folk art style. It’s in pink, red, lime, and olive for a distinctive look. The company also has a three-level Christmas tree with bold black-and-white patterns on the bottom two layers. Canvasworks has an adorable Baby’s Sleeping door sign with a sleepy owl. Penny Macleod has a canvas with three patterned mittens on a checked background. Another of Penny’s canvases has three patterned triangle trees. The unusual stacked stripes border makes this canvas a winner.
VNG has over 50 new designs. There are new snow globes for different destinations, with different stores and a nativity. New helmet canvases are for football, lacrosse, hockey, and baseball. A pair of new mini-socks have checked heels and toes with either a penguin or a snowman. There are four new simple landscapes. These would be wonderful for beginners who like landscapes with large areas great for showcasing stitches. There are also tons of new mini tote bags. I have a few of these on my wish list.
A neat new series from KCN is tartan mini-socks. They are in different colors and have painted bows with long tails. There are plenty of 1″ rounds to put into the Planet Earth key fobs. Rachel Barri has a new leather clutch that holds a 3×6 inch insert. It’s available in four colors: cognac light blue, black, and white. Tasha Lansbury has lovely pillow canvases of flowers or leaves. I love the foxgloves on a chic pale grey background.
Alice Peterson has a new canvas of three summer drinks. A new Gayla Elliot canvas from the company has a stitching girl with the legend “Damn you needlepoint! I have stuff to do.” I’m sure we all can agree. Kristine Kingston has a wedding ornament with rings, bells, and a space for a name or date. The designer also has a new monogram round with a Greek key design in lime and navy as well as other color combinations. Stitch Style has a new collaboration with Emily Quigley Ink. The five canvases in this line include a boat tote packed with daffodils, a wreath with a blue bow, and a sweet gingerbread house.
Blue Ridge Stitchery has a charming new round of a small-town bandstand, decorated for Christmas. It looks like the one in a town near me. Rebecca Wood has a series of six humorous Halloween ornaments. A Stitch in Time has two new big machine designs, a bulldozer and a dump truck, that are perfect for little boys. A collaboration between Rachel Donley and Anne Fisher combines Anne’s sleds with Rachel’s coffee cup.
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Janet Perry is the Internet's leading authority on needlepoint. She designs, teaches and writes, getting raves from her fans for her innovative techniques, extensive knowledge and generous teaching style. A leading writer of stitch guides, she blogs here and lives on an island in the northeast corner of the SF Bay with her family
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