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Learn the Wave Darning Pattern

Posted by Lisa Kessler on

Learn the Wave Darning Pattern

Summer is officially here, and if you're stitching a beachy canvas I have just the stitch for you! The Wave Darning Pattern lets you bring beautiful movement to water, and you control the water's "turbulence" with your stitch length. Give it a try!

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Free Gift with Purchase Over $75!

Posted by Lisa Kessler on

Free Gift with Purchase Over $75!

I've come across a new favorite accessory that I just have to share! We received a group of clear plastic zippered pouches (think kit keeper style) that are just perfect for threads and accessories to accompany a canvas on the go! With any purchase of canvas or threads over $75, we'll personalize one with your name and send it with your order! Scroll down to see what I loaded into mine :) Classes and clubs don't count towards your spending total, but trunk show, preorder, and in stock canvas and thread all qualify!

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Learn the Spider Web Rose!

Posted by Lisa Kessler on

Learn the Spider Web Rose!

This week's #MustWatchMonday is a beautiful ribbon embellishment - the Spider Web Rose! Large or small, once you have the technique down it'll be easy to make these fabulous roses on any canvas you choose!

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Buy 1 In Stock Painted Canvas, Get 1 Half Off!

Posted by Lisa Kessler on

Buy 1 In Stock Painted Canvas, Get 1 Half Off!

The next bit of Anniversary Month fun is here! Buy 1 In Stock Painted Canvas, Get 1 Half Off! This excludes classes/clubs/trunk shows, and the discount is automatically applied to your cart at checkout. We just received a shipment of new canvases, so there are tons of options available! 

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Learn the Stem Stitch with Beads

Posted by Lisa Kessler on

Learn the Stem Stitch with Beads

Today's #MustWatchMonday is pulled right out of a class lesson! This technique was used as the edge of the bustier in "Fallen Angel", and just yesterday I used it for some really fun hair in "Shop til You Drop, Dead" (picture below). You can use this in a variety of applications since you can change the curve and flow of the beaded strands using the stem stitch style. Enjoy!

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