Today is National Elephant Appreciation Day so Needlework Retailer couldn't help mention the cover design from our latestest issue, Elephant Jewel Tones by the collection.
This ornamental needlepoint design is 12″ x 12″ on 18M. Designed by the collection and stitched by Joyce Gresh. The canvas comes alive with embellishments, which are also available from the collection designs.
Look for Needlework Retailer’s Favicon in the July/August’13 issue for your chance to WIN a FREE advertisement!
What is a Favicon? Check out this article on Needlework Retailer’s website for more information.
Once you find NR’s Favicon, email the magazine page number to
firstname.lastname@example.org. A drawing for a FREE 1/6 page vertical advertisement will be chosen from the correct entries on August19th. One entry per wholesale business only.
Can you stitch? Thread The Needle Day is a chance to get dust off your stitching skills, or to learn how if you don’t know how. Why not organize a stitch-a-thon, or stitching lessons with friends to celebrate?
Quaint vintage buttons adorn this set of pin keeps based on motifs from an antique sampler. The design is stitched on 35ct confederate gray from Weeks Dye Works using Belle Soie Silks from Crescent Colours. Contact Milady’s Needle for wholesale information.
Sewing machines were once common household objects, used for repairing worn and damaged clothes, as well as for making new items from fabrics and material – in recent years, however, they’ve largely disappeared from the average household.
Sewing Machine Day encourages you to make use of a sewing machine – dig yours out of your attic or cupboard, or consider picking a new or used sewing machine from a charity store or second hand shop. Repair, alter and create clothing, curtains, fabrics and decorations for the day!