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How To Buy Chilly Hollow Stitch Guides

Want to buy a stitch guide from me?  Just email me at sgfromchnp@gmail.com and tell me which guide you are interested in.  I'll do the rest.  I accept personal checks and Paypal.  (By the way, if you need a guide for a Leigh Designs canvas, your favorite shop can get the guide from Leigh when they order the canvas.  Or you can ask me.  Works either way.)

(By the way, if you are looking for a stitch guide by someone else, use these locator tips.)
http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com/2014/03/is-there-stitch-guide-for-that.html

The currently available guides are listed below.  Prices below are retail.  Wholesale pricing available to shops.The prices are for PDF files emailed to you for you to print out.   A hard copy mailed to you via the U.S. Mail costs $10 more, which includes postage and insurance and covers the printing costs.  The only exception is the Pirate Cat stitch guide which has to be ordered from the designer, Patt and Lee Designs...
http://www.pattandleedesigns.com/


Free Guides, available as a PDF file if you  email me at sgfromchnp@gmail.com
Point Of It All Designs' "Good Day-No Flying Monkeys" #S-386 - PDF version free
http://thepointofitallshop.com/goodday-noflyingmonkeyss-386.aspx

Bloomin' Stitches' I'm Not a Bitch - PDF version free
http://www.bloominstitches.com/product-page/4482520751



List of Currently Available Stitch Guides:

Alta 4415 from Water Babies Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Angel with Tree 1878-D (Melissa Shirley) - $25
Barcelona Coaster 6250 from ESPANA Series (Leigh Designs) - $20
Bermuda 6267 from Caribe' Series (Leigh Designs) - $30
Bermuda Coaster 6277 from Caribe' Series (Leigh Designs) - $20
Blickling Hall 7205 from Manor Born Series (Leigh Designs) - $30
Cha-Cha 6240 from Brazil Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
C'hing Dragon 8212 Ornament from Chinese Dynasty Series (Leigh Designs) - $20
Cleo's Cat 1082 (Tapestry Fair) - $25
Fantine 4413 from Water Babies Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Fuchsia BE-JF36 from Barbara Elmore/Sundance Needlepoint - Under Construction
Halloween Beauty (Tapestry Fair) - $30
House of Koi 7143 (Leigh Designs) - $25
Imari Divine Dragonflies 6285 (Leigh Designs) - $30
Imari Timeless Tiger Coaster  6291(Leigh Designs) -  $25
Japanese Tea House 7610 (Leigh Designs) - $15
Katie 5201 from Lil Goblins Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Miami 5055 from the Gold Digger Series (Leigh Designs) - $30
Miko 7616 Fash Insert (Leigh Designs) - $10
Mimsy 4416 from Water Babies Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Night Rider 5151 from Old Crows Series - $25
Northern Light Santa ("Blue Russian") from Russian Santa Series (Leigh) - $25
O'jishi 4673 Noh Theater Mask (Leigh Designs) - $25
Pirate Cat (Patt and Lee Designs) - $10
Rabbit Geisha (Brenda Stofft) - $25
Red Geisha (Melissa Shirley Designs) - $25
Seeing Stars Santa 8351 from the Seashore Santa Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Smilin' Jack 7617 Fash Insert (Leigh Designs) - $10
Snow Maiden (Leigh Designs) - $25
Stuart Lion Ornament 8270 from British Dynasty Series (Leigh Designs) - $20
Sultry Outback 6301 from Jungle Heat Series (Leigh Designs) - $30
Temple of 1000 Cranes 7140 (Leigh Designs) - $25
The Watchers from The Familiars Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Tommy the Ghost from Lil Goblins Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Trinidad Coaster 6272 from Caribe' Series (Leigh Designs) - $10
Yorimoto 7151 from Shogun Series (Leigh Designs) - $25
Woodland Belle 8342 from Russian Winter Maiden Series (Leigh Designs) - $25

Stitch Guides Under Construction:
Angel with Tree 1878-D (Melissa Shirley Designs)
Fuchsia BE-JF36 (Barbara Elmore for Sundance Designs)
Ladies of the Night: Luna 5133 (Leigh Designs)


Email me at sgfromchnp@gmail.com to order a stitch guide or to ask questions. I will email you a Paypal invoice or send you my snail mail address once you tell me which stitch guide you are interested in.  

17 comments:

  1. Hi Jane. Thanks for all of the links while we were at the Columbus Market. I am THRILLED about your stitch guides. However, I think you should charge more $$. They are well worth it.

    Peggy

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  2. Peggy, that is very kind of you. I'm trying to make my guides collectible and something that will appeal to many folks. After all, they are in PDF form if you get them from me, which is much cheaper than having to print and mail them. The real hard copy versions from me are quite pricey at $75 each!

    But it takes that much to cover costs for paper, ink and mailing costs for fairly large guides with many photographs.

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    1. Thank you for keeping them reasonably priced for those of us on a fixed income.

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    2. Sharon, most stitch guide writers make very little from their guides. It's impossible to charge what they cost you in terms of the time taken to write them alone. Most guides I write take 40 hours or more.

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  3. Hi there! Can your Brazil Cha-Cha guide be applied to any of the other Brazil pieces in the Leigh series?
    Thank you,
    Felice

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  4. Felice, it depends. Cha's background is all tent stitches, which obviously will work for any of the designs. The bird on Cha is done with a mix of needlepoint stitches, an Ultrasuede applique on the head, embroidery stitches on top of the Ultrasuede and silk ribbon embroidery for the feathers. The flowers and leaves are done with light coverage stitches and I'm most uncertain about how they will translate to another canvas. The branch with fruit is done with light coverage stitches also except for the grapes which are totally beaded. Why don't you email me directly at sgfromchnp at gmail dot com and tell me which of the Brazil series you are interested in and we can discuss this further?

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  5. Hi Jane, Hi Clicked above on : To Buy Chilly Hollow Stitch Guides Click Here: and nothing happens? I would like to know if you have a stitch guide for the Brenda Stofft Geisha Bunny up at the top. Can you let me know? I absolutely love your stitch guides. YOu do such a great job.

    Judy G. (from Stitcherie)

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  6. Hi, Judy! The Click Here just takes you to this information page, it doesn't open a window or anything fancy like that. I have not written up the Geisha Rabbit as a stitch guide to date, but I can do that for you if you are willing to wait a bit. I have a custom guide I am about to start for someone else that will take me around 2 weeks to complete. (I have to fit in stitch guide writing among Regular Life chores.) Then I could work on it and get it done in another 2 weeks or so. That means waiting until the end of July at the earliest. Can you do that? I plan to sell the guide, once it is finished, for $25-30, depending on how long it is and how much time it actually takes me to work it up. Is that acceptable to you? You can email me at sgfromchnp@gmail.com if you like about this further.

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  7. I love the bunny on this site. Can you buy that one to stitch?

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    1. Anon, not yet. I am working on the Brenda Stofft rabbit geisha canvas stitch guide but it is taking me a while since I am also in the midst of several other very time-consuming things. I hope to finish it by Thanksgiving and I'll announce it here when it is ready. So please stay tuned!

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  8. I would like to know where I can purchase a stitch guide for Brenda Stofft's "Geisha Rabbit" - #B-195. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you. Janice

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  9. Hello~~I am trying to buy the stitch guide for Brenda Stofft's "Geisha Rabbit" - #B-195. Do you have any suggestions? Janice

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  10. I am trying to locate a stitch guide for Brenda Stofft's "Geisha Rabbit." Do you have any suggestions? Thanks. Janice

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  11. Hello. I am attempting to locate a stitch guide for Brenada Stofft's "Geisha Rabbit" - #B-195. Do you have any suggestions about where I might get one? Thank you. Janice Maher

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    1. Janice, I thought I'd posted a reply here but I don't see it. Let me try again. The Geisha Rabbit guide is underway. I am about half finished with it but I have put it down as well as most of my other stitching, until after the holidays. We are hosting a huge family event at Christmas which means the renovation projects we started this summer thinking we could wrap them up this winter have to be done three months ahead of schedule. There is no time for anything else! I am sorry but there are only so many hours in the day and Beloved thinks they should be spent on things other than needlepoint. I hope to finish it after all the company leaves in January. Unless another disaster happens. Around here, one never knows! Sorry to take so long to get back to you. I thought I'd answered this but it went off into cyberspace. Stay tuned....

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  12. Wasn't sure where to ask you a question so I hope you don't mind if I ask it here. I'm about to add my grandson's name in petite red velvet to his stocking. The background is white. Can or should I wash the red fiber first to prevent bleeding? Thank you for considering.
    Carol

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  13. Hi, Carol. Generally speaking needlepointers rarely block their work these days but yes, if you are going to get the stocking wet, you definitely want to check to make sure the Petite Very Velvet is colorfast. Most reds are not these days. Get a short length wet and blot it on a paper towel for sure. You might need to switch to a red metallic instead.

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