Updated August 31, 2018
I often write guides for a relatively new needlepointers. Often when you begin to stitch things seem so confusing — there are so many threads and stitches — how do I know what to pick?
You also might think that stitch guides are only written for people more advanced that you and that they will use techniques that are too hard and terms that you don’t understand.
That’s why I love to write guides for beginning stitchers — they cut through all the noise to give you something that will not only make you a lovely piece of needlepoint, but one that will help you on your future pieces.
How are my guides special for beginners?
- Meet you where you are? Only know one or a few stitches? I’ll help you add stitches that build on what you know
- Worried about threads that might be hard to use? I pick threads that are the easiest to use and, if there is anything special to know about handling them, I tell you.
- No stash? I’m careful with your investment and will help you by specifying floss when possible to help you build your stash.
- Perplexed by a stitch or technique? I’ll incorporate it when I can
Add to all this new stitches and techniques that have gotten raves from my students and customers and you get great value for your money. You can get the process started today by filling out my stitch guide enquiry form.
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