Colorful Needlepoint celebrates its first anniversary next month. In one short year, it’s become a rich resource of ideas, projects, and information for needlepoint enthusiasts at all levels. The site is dedicated to making you a great stitcher without the high prices charged by so many in the industry.
At Colorful Needlepoint, you’ll find:
a dozen classes on all aspects of needlepoint, with more added regularly
growing stitch library with diagrams and stitching notes that’s easy to navigate
new and archived projects, at least one added per month, covering all aspects of needlepoint
canvas enhancement for all members with a library of stitching effects
library of templates you can use for needleppoint
huge library of licensed artwork you can use freely for creating your own original designs
how-to, resource, and cheatsheets
Colorful members have unlimited, unrestricted access to everything on the site as long as their membership is current. Plus members get discounts on new products and classs from Napa Needlepoint.
Other sites cost far more for far less. Not only does Colorful Needlepoint make you a better stitcher, it will give you a limitless way to create wonderful needlepoint affordably.
How much does this cost? Now through November 1, memberships ar 4$140/year (12 months for the price of 10) or $14. You can join by visiting the registration page. This pricing is only good until November 1; after that, the price goes back up.
As a bonus, those joining as annual members during this sale will receive a free ebook copy of my book, The Needlepoint Answer Book.
Don’t delay; the price of this great resource goes up soon.
Not sure about joining? Take advantage of my 14-day money-back guarantee.
About Janet M Perry
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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