Saturday, July 30, 2016


Dropped off the model this past week for the upcoming class at STITCH - Melissa Shirley's Cardinal Family.

I had it finished as a stand up so I could place it on my mantel.  Interest is growing and registration is going on right now.  I think Lane said that cut-off might be late August or so - don't quote me on that!  Ask her.  I had a million things going on when I was talking with her and people kept coming in.  How dare they?  Especially during business hours no less.

To sign up for the class, contact Lane.  Remember - GHOSTS are WELCOME!

Lane Blevins, Owner
STITCH-a needlepoint shop
215 Chenoweth Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

I have been stitching away on the Robin's Wreath Online Mystery Class trying to get a good guess on the amount of thread to list in the stitch guide.  I am really enjoying stitching on this guy.  And, it is really a big challenge to find some of these colors - or at least close to the colors!  This one is next up and will have the first lesson posted on September 15 but I want to get the thread list to you in August.

 TO REGISTER:  Just email me at and I'll add you to the list.   Get your canvas from your LNS.  If not available check with me as there may be some shops that have advised me that they have one in stock.

Still getting registrations for the Arctic Parade by Brenda Stofft.  Since this is a 2-year class there is plenty of time to participate.

And in closing, I am excited to share a new blog with you.  This blog will provide information for upcoming stitching cruises and tours sponsored by Duo Designs, Inc.  Be sure to go subscribe so you can keep up with what is going on.  There is also a secret FB page for those of serious interest and persons in that group will be advised first about the dates, etc., for the upcoming Po River Cruise.  Space is very limited so be sure to stay alert if interested.

This time next week I will happily be playing at ANG Winston-Salem teaching the techniques on my Pumpkin Spiced Tea.  I am so looking forward to that outing.

Enjoy the weekend and remember to stitch with a smile!


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