By Julia Key H. Snyder & Patsye B. Hardin. When you're ready to advance in your stitches this book will lead the way. The right side of the book has graph paper so when you make up your own stitches you can chart them as well as keep notes on how you us
By Julia Key H. Snyder. This is a collective source of interesting background designs that the author considers her "work-horse" stitches. Many of the patterns can be used in a tone-on-tone effect or used with two colors or over-dyed threads.
Schmuff, Ruth and McGuire, Janice. Volume 1. 481 repeat patterns for needlepoint. Perfect for backgrounds or any area that needs a little something. All stitches are saved as pdfs and sorted by size, ready for you to print and use. Mac and PC compat
A gorgeous two sided book filled with colorful inspiration. This book is a marvelous way to interest new stitchers and to refresh those with more experience. The creative possibilities are endless with the vast collection of threads available today. A Bar
Say "hello" to Colorful Backgrounds, the newest introduction to June's library of instructional books. This handy, portable flip book is another of her color manuals. It contains page after page of ideas and stitches for creating needlework masterpieces b
Over-dye threads are irresistible and enchanting. Fifty new stitches colorfully fill the pages of this clever book and provide magical inspiration. The text also provides a study of the thread industry and the hand-dyeing process.
By Julia Key H. Snyder. Darning stitching is done by counting over and under a certain number of threads in a pattern row by row, horizontally, vertically or diagonally. In addition this book includes darning patterns to mimic balloons, cakes & candles,
by Julia Key H. Snyder. This is Julia’s 7th book titled First Stitch First. It began as a beginners guide to needlepoint but has become a great book for all levels of stitchers. It has things like how to begin and end your threads, how to stitch left
Wonderful and whimsical stitch ideas to celebrate every holiday. New Years, Valentines Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Fourth of July. The Halloween chapter is filled to the brim with spooky stitching ideas Judaic p
Volume 2. This secondin the "How'd You Do That?" DVD series by Amy Bunger. This DVD helps you "dress" your canvas fabrics. It demonstrates different stitches for fabric textures and clothing ideas. You can freeze and study from one of 40 stitches.
Volume 6. This is the sixth in the "How'd You Do That?" series by Amy Bunger. It is full of stitch, thread, and technique ideas that will help you succeed in adding texture and depth to your design while still using the artistry of the original painted
Volume 5. This is the fifth in the "How'd You Do That?" series of DVDs by Amy Bunger. This one is sure to please the flower lover. You will find that the stitches and techniques demonstrated on this 60-minute DVD will also work on many non-floral appli
Volume 4. This is the fourth in the series of "How'd You Do That" DVDs by Amy Bunger. Learn how to work a variety of stitches and techniques for fur. Amy demonstrates 5 different ways to stitch Turkeywork.
Volume 3. This is the third in the "How'd You Do That?" series with Amy Bunger. If you have straight hair, curly hair ,thick hair, or wild hair Amy's got you covered. This is a must have if you are working on Chritmas stockings to find the perfect lo
Volume 8. This is the eighth in the series of the "How'd You Do That?" DVDs with Amy Bunger. In Spiders and More! Amy Bunger demonstrates the various Spiders methods, or "weaving in a spiral." Amy Bunger, and Special Guest, Kelly Clark share their d
Volume 1. This is the first in the "How'd You Do That?" series of DVDs by Amy Bunger. It's a must for any beginner and advanced beginner. You will learn the basics on how to thread your needle, knot and anchor your thread. In addition it covers knot
Volume 7. This is the seventh in the series of the "How'd You Do That?" series of DVDs with Amy Bunger. Needleweaving is a popular concept for needlepoint; however, the techniques can be difficult to understand from written instructions. Amy Bunger, a
Carolyn Hedge Baird has done it again with this whimsical books of ideas not only for Easter Eggs, but suggestions for backgrounds, darning patterns, beading, silk ribbon, embroidery, borders and stripes, to name a few. As with her other books, Carolyn i
by Carolyn Hedge Baird. Table of Contents: Small Stitches, Backgrounds, Laid Fillings, Daring Patterns for Backgrounds, Merry Checks, Border Stitches, Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Details, Lettering, Merry Embellishments, Stitching Records.
Building on the success of the first backgrounds book, this marvelous edition is loaded with powerful inspiration. Any
canvas can be brought to life with these brand new stitches and clever techniques.
Needlepointing in Your Nest by Carolyn Hedge Baird is delightfully different from most books. What an entertaining book for beginners, but fun for even the most experienced stitchers. Carolyn provides basics, tips, tricks and advise. On the page of eac
The purpose of Sandy Arthur's book is to catalog stitches appropriate for available canvas spaces. It is divided into four sections covering circles, rectangles, squares, and triangles. In each section there is further division by size of the area to st
Available August 2011. Shapes of Needlepoint, Series II is the second in a series of books by Sandy Arthur that provides stitches to fill a particular shape. Diamonds, hearts, octagons, and stars are more complex shapes than those in her first book.
Halloween canvases can be challenging, but June's book breaks the spell with a collection of new stitches that bring life and magic to those special holiday projects. 125 colorful pages filled with inspiring ideas.
Stacey Tombros' first book Stitch Landscapes focused on nature outside of a building. This book addresses the interior and exteriors of architecture. It provides stitch hints to optimize stitches and thread choices for each category. Categories include
Great book that helps choose stitches for natural scenery. Stitch Hints are provided in each category to optimize stitches and thread choice. A light bulb indicates a highlighted example of stitching options throughout the book.
Schmuff, Ruth and McGuire, Janice. Volume 1. 300 stitches on one CD! Use as a handy stitch encyclopedia just like a traditional book but now it's even easier. Print the page with the stitch you need specifically for this project - no more carrying a
Schmuff, Ruth and McGuire, Janice. Volume 2. You loved Volume I, so here's Volume II. 300 more stitches on one CD! Use as a handy stitch encyclopedia just like a traditional book but now it's even easier. Print the page with the stitch you need specif
Howren, Suzanne & Robertson, Beth. Susan Howren and Beth Robertson are best know for their series of Stitches For Effect books. This book is a compact version of stitches from all three books. It's great for eyeing what you think might be the perfect
Christensen, Jo Ippolito. This classic known as the ‘black bible’ of needlepoint contains 369 stitches, information on materials, 1300 illustrations, great projects, course on new fibers and much more.