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Has your little one been bitten by the Frozen bug? SilentBlair over at Craftster.org posted this amazing Frozen hoopla. Make sure you check out the whole post because parts of this amazing stitching …

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I am intrigued by Stumpwork. I really need to try my hand at it.  It looks so complicate. The rich texture produced by this type of embroidery raises the piece to another level. BananaAmbush at Craftster.org claims that …

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When I first encountered Linda Behar’s work I didn’t think anything of it. I thought it was just a really great photograph of a salt marsh…and then, I looked a little closer…it wasn’t a photograph, it was STICHED! The water,

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common thread

I really do think that all people who do needlework share a common thread. Whether we design our own art, or follow a pattern, love modern images or vintage classics, we are connected by the love to create.  Susan at

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I have fallen in love with Michelle Kingdom‘s beautiful stitching. Each piece is rich with color and texture. They remind me of the murals made in the 1940′s for the WPA program.  She captures every day life …

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I will admit that I have a love/hate relationship with French knots or anything that resembles them. They are such a hassle but they look so pretty. Case in point, Monika Kinner-Wheln’s stunning Bluesteam and Sage  fiber art piece.  Looking …

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Wait! Is that the famous white bunny of Nicole of Follow the White Bunny transformed into a………jackalope? Yes!! Nicole says,

He’s based on this free pattern of mine from a couple of years back and over the weekend he magically

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This new work by Tod Hensley of Flying Haystacks is so rich in design, stitch, and color that I can’t stop studying it. Tod says,

I talked about hand making multi-colored floss which I use a lot of here. I

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Meri of Agulhas da Meri befriended me when I first started writing for CraftGossip almost five years ago. I soon learned that she was known throughout the online needlework community not only for her inspirational traditional Portuguese embroidery, but also …

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Trish Burr interviews Canadian artist Margaret Vant Erve, whose work combines painting and embroidery to create remarkable landscapes. Find out a bit about her background, her technique, and her interests and see many more examples of her art at

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Eleanor Pigman, bead-embroiderer extraordinaire, has recently turned her needle to capturing images of sealife. The colors, the textures…exquisite. She says, “My work is changing and becoming more organic in many ways.” What hasn’t changed is the excellence of her …

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This bit of bead embroidery made me gasp a little. Its creator, bead-embroidery goddess Robin Atkins, says,

Getting back to bead embroidery definitely makes me happy, although this piece really isn’t about being happy. It’s my Bead Journal Project

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Olisa of Cocoa Eyes the Stitcher saw that artist Amy Sheridan produced two different stitched interpretations of this classic scene from Poltergeist, so she had to ask why. See the answer (and both works) at Olisa’s blog post.…

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Amy of While Wearing Heels tells us a bit about her project to embroider a map of the United States. Not as simple as it sounds. The pretty result will be made into a quilt by Amy’s mom. (Yea for …

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It is fascinating to me to observe an artist’s mind at work. Most of us have trouble articulating our design process — we say it’s something we “feel.” So I love that Jude Hill speaks aloud her thoughts as she …

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