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Needlework News Snips for the End of April!

Wow! It didn’t take long for April to fly by, did it? I’ve gathered up a few embroidery-related links for you to explore this weekend. It’s a short list this weekend – just enough for your morning coffee break! Let’s spend it browsing together, shall we? Today’s short list of collected links include some inspiration, […]

Weekend Stitching: A Wee Tiny Bird in Bead Embroidery

I have not been a very good girl! This past weekend, I fell behind on my List of a Great Many Things to Do. Falling behind – it can be such a Frustrating Thing. But in this case, you know what? I had a lot of fun falling behind! You see, I had a distraction… […]

Online Embroidery Class Sale – Get ’em While You Can!

This morning, just a quick little shout out about some Really Good online hand embroidery classes that are on sale on Craftsy right now, and in fact, the sale ends at midnight tonight. Whoops. I should have told you sooner – I apologize! But if you have been hankering to further your embroidery skills, this […]

Frostings Club Specialty Embroidery Threads – Unboxed!

Today, I’m going to ramble on about embroidery thread. Once in a while, I just have to. It’s like releasing a pressure valve. I have to talk about thread, because I love thread. Those of you interested in 17th century embroidery, in embroidered caskets, and similar exquisite items in the needlework field are probably not […]

The Stumpwork is Finished & Some Tips

Finally – a finish of sorts! The stumpwork elements for Late Harvest are all stitched up and ready to go! Not that they have anywhere to go yet – I still have to finish the left half of the main part of the project. But it’s always nice to accomplish a minor goal, isn’t it? […]

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Mary Corbet replied to Karen's discussion Please give me tips for the embroidery project idea I want to start!
"Karen - the organza serves two purposes. The primary purpose is to act as a foundation for the stitches, so that they don't sink into the velvet and get lost - that is, the individual stitches won't sink and have bits of velvet nap showing…"
May 28, 2015
Mary Corbet replied to Lee Anne Rose's discussion How do you determine value for sale?
"This is an age-old question!! Putting a dollar value on handmade items is difficult, but I think it depends on whether you are placing a value on it to sell it, or placing a value on it to "insure" it, which is what it sounds like…"
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Mary Corbet replied to Connie Kusevskis's discussion Sharing other peoples photos without permission
"Hi, Renata - I think the "report an issue" reports go to Ning. I will check to see if I can adjust those settings so that I receive copies of them. I don't really check my FB messages often, I'm afraid - it's too much to…"
May 5, 2015
Mary Corbet replied to Connie Kusevskis's discussion Sharing other peoples photos without permission
"Concerning the sharing of other people's photos on FB without attribution, etc. this is impossible to control from Stitchin' Fingers, unless Stitchin' Fingers becomes a closed network. Even if it were a private network with a paid…"
May 2, 2015

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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
Hand embroidery of all types!
What's your favorite type of needlework?
Self-taught, reading, reading, and practice, practice, and more practice. And reading. And practice.
Please feel free to tell us a little bit about yourself by way of introduction.
You can find me online mostly at my website Needle 'n Thread, and also on Facebook and Twitter
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At 17:01 on September 3, 2014, Mary Beth said…

You have beautiful work posted, Mary. What a lot of variety of work styles.

At 18:12 on August 16, 2014, Elaine Cochrane said…

Mary, I'm incredibly honoured that you liked what I did to your design! You are, of course, free to add it to your file of how others have worked your lovely patterns.

At 23:40 on August 8, 2014, Faye C said…

Mary just wondering if its me or are others having problems transferring photos over from flickr at the mo.It has happened in the past then righted it self but doesn't look like doing that this time.

At 17:24 on July 29, 2014, Sylvia Tsang said…

Thanks for letting me know!

Sylvia Tsang

At 10:06 on March 27, 2014, Maria Filomena Reis said…


At 19:20 on March 23, 2013, Frances Taylor said…

hi Mary


Your work is absolutely fabulous - lovely stitching, such expertise and perfection. Thanks for sharing



At 17:12 on February 26, 2013, susie said…


I'm a big fan and long time follower of your stitches. I am so happy to be here and have found it to be so inspiring, resourceful & friendly!   happy stitching! 

At 17:06 on January 27, 2013, Ginni Jannicelli said…
I'm sorry Mary, I did see your friend request until now!
At 18:05 on January 18, 2013, Cathy Trostmann said…
Let me hear about your interests!
At 13:37 on January 15, 2013, Wilma Jean Cox said…

Mary, I have been a long time follower of Needle and Thread.  I'm excited to join Stitchin' Fingers. I know I will learn much more from you.




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