This contemporary needlepunch design — created by PataPri and featured on MrXStitch — has my brain churning with ideas. The simple graphics. The excellent color choices. Let’s all go home and spend the evening needlepunching embroidering French knots!

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Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n’ Thread has posted a great rundown on Valdani threads. See the post.…

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Hop over to The Noble Wife. Owner Jacquelynne Steves sells charming country-style patterns for quilting, felted wool projects, and punchneedle. And she has a free-pattern page where you’ll find sweet embroidery patterns like the one shown here.

Thanks so …

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While tutoring us on how to make needlepunch flowers with silk ribbon, Allison Aller mentioned a cool tool that I hadn’t seen before. She says,

I got out my handy dandy and indispensable Thread Zapper to seal the cut ends

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allieRemember the silk-ribbon flowers that Allie Aller needlepunched for her repro vintage crazy quilt? Well, now she’s made luscious needlepunched flower brooches! And what’s more, she shows us every step! Yea! See the tute.…

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needlerbnOMG! Look what Allison Aller came up with! She made the latest flower set for her repro vintage crazy quilt by needlepunching with 4 mm silk ribbon!!! I’ve never seen needlepunch done with ribbon, but of course it would work. …

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poinsettiaWhether you’re a punchneedle expert or a rank beginner, this free holiday pattern from June Gilbank of PlanetJune will make you rush to find your hoop and needle. June says,

This 2.5? Poinsettia design uses Punchneedle Embroidery for a fast

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punchWoooHOOO! Needlepunch Christmas ornaments! And the patterns are free from the Better Homes and Gardens web site. Get the supply list, instructions, and patterns.

Many thanks to One Pretty Thing for pointing out this find.…

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lollyYou’re interested in trying punchneedle, but the tools look…um…sharp. And you’re scared you’ll just mess everything up. Have no more fear! LollyChops has been there first, and she’s sharing her adventure with us. Despite her initial misgivings, the results of her …

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