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Apr 29, 2016

John Johanssen and Carolyn Hedge Baird

The Flying Needles just posted a photograph of John Johanssen's "Sunday Market with Rooster" on Facebook.  This was stitched mostly using Carolyn Hedge Baird's stitch guide.
https://www.facebook.com/TheFlyingNeedles/photos/a.205885762782212.45542.203080679729387/978091002228347/?type=3&theater

Carolyn herself just posted a photo of John Johanseen's finished Lamb on Watermelon, stitched using Carolyn's guide by Ann.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153538979768027&set=o.141607859217175&type=3&theater

The guides are available from Carolyn or your favorite shop can order it with the canvas from Melissa Shirley Designs.  Enjoy!

Apr 27, 2016

Rock and Roll Sheep (Brooke Connor and Ruth Schmuff)

Ruth Schmuff has written a stitch guide for Brooke Connor's "Bah Bah Bah Ba Barbara Ann."
http://www.notyourgrandmothersneedlepoint.com/2016/04/bah-bah-bah-ba-barbra-ann.html

Not only are the sheep rock stars, the stitch guide uses threads from Stef Francis.  You can get the canvas with free stitch guide from Ruth's shop.
http://www.bedeckedandbeadazzled.com/Bah-Bah-Bah-Ba-Babara-Ann/

You can explore Stef Francis' threads on her website.  The threads will let you rock any canvas, guaranteed!
http://www.stef-francis.co.uk

Apr 25, 2016

Foxy (Meredith Collection and Enriched Stitch)

Pam at the Enriched Stitch has just finished the fox from the Meredith Collection's animal portrait series.
http://astheneedleturns.com/foxy/

Contact the shop if you are interested in the guide.
http://enrichedstitch.com/guides/

Your favorite shop can order the fox and his friends from the Meredith Collection (formerly the Elizabeth Turner Collection) for you.
http://themeredithcollection.com/needleptDesigns_pillow_2.html

Apr 23, 2016

Too Many Chefs (Renaissance Designs and Tony Minieri)

Cindy just posted a photograph of her finished "Too Many Chefs" piece on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153699497528759&set=gm.1033278966749261&type=3&theater

The canvas is by Renaissance Designs and this was worked using a guide from Tony Minieri.