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New Year's Resolutions for Stitchers

Lisa Kessler

Posted on December 28 2020

#1 Stitch More

Take a look at all the canvases we have in stock or save 20% off during our trunk shows. Whimsy & Grace and Rachel Donley end this week.

#2 Go Green

Practice green living while stitching this St. Patrick’s Puppy!

 
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#3 Give Thanks

Take time every day to be thankful for your blessings. No matter how big or small. This one happens to be a 10” x 10”.

 
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#4 Work on your Garden

Whether you have a green thumb or not you can start planning your spring flowers, or start stitching some. Ranunculus in White-Blue Planter

 
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#5 Spend more time reading

Pick out a new needlepoint book and master the art of stitching! Click here

 

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#6 Try something new

Sign up for a NeedlepointFix membership for $14.99 a month and watch stitching tutorials on your downtime. Become a needlepoint expert in 2021!

#7 Send a letter to a friend

Handwrite a letter, or stitch one and mail it. Browse Rachel Donley's famous letter collection for 20% off.

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 #8 Sign up for a class

Sign up for one of Lisa's online needlepoint classes. Learn a new stitch and ask her questions virtually during a Lunch & Learn.image
 

#9 Drink more water

Hydration is key while stitching! Whether you are drinking water or wine, we won't tell. Check out our tumblers.

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#10 Join a club

Join our new club offered at BeStitched Needlepoint. This club includes 6 Santa canvases by Danji Designs. Every month, starting June 2021, you will receive your Santa canvas and a stitch guide by Lisa Kessler.

Sign up here!

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11. Be more organized

The first thing all stitchers should have is one of Lisa's lovely kit keepers, where you can keep your project in one place and super organized. Second, make sure to pick up a Sew Organized Stash'n Store to keep all your tools in one place when you are stitching.

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12. Keep on truckin'

No matter what 2021 brings, keep moving forward, stay safe, and keep stitching.

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