Thursday, February 26, 2015

Sweet Red Berries...

'A Crow's Feast' Punch Needle Pattern from Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com
 "A Crow's Feast" Pin Pillow Design

This crow is surrounded by a feast 
of luscious red berries !
'A Crow's Feast' Pin Pillow
measures 7in. x 5.5 in., not including the
strawberries that dangle from each corner.
I used Valdani variegated Perle Cotton Thread
to punch this design.  The pattern also includes
a DMC conversion. 

'A Crow's Feast' Punch Needle Pattern 
is now available in the Studio.



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Meet Anne Henderson who is
the owner of 'Ewebiquitous' in Lititz.  
Anne's shop is a fiber art destination.
Just peeking in the storefront window...
you can't resist stepping in to take a look.
(You'll be amazed !)




Ewebiquitous is packed with gorgeous yarn,
needles, hooks, knitting supplies, wool roving
and wool fabric in beautiful shades.
An assortment of beautiful hooked rugs,
 by the very talented Rebecca Buckwalter, 
are displayed in one of the rooms.




Punch Needle supplies, books, patterns and so much more.
 Needle Keeps and sewing 'needfuls' 
by the multi talented Lynn Dohne and so many
 more items from other fine local Artisans, are on display.
If an art form uses fiber, 
it can be found here.




I am delighted to be teaching 
Beginner Punch Needle classes
Thursday, March 26, 2015
6-9:00 p.m.
and 
Sunday, April 19, 2015
1-4:00 p.m.

There are a limited amount of spaces
available, so call early and reserve your spot !
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"Great things
never came 
from comfort 
zones."
                                  ~ found on Pinterest


Warm wishes to you on this Thursday !
Rose


4 comments:

  1. Love the strawberries! Ewebiquitous looks like a very cool place to shop and hang out.

    I'll be visiting Wilmington, DE this summer and would certainly make the almost 2 hour drive to take one of your beginner classes. Please post if you schedule any classes in the July time frame.

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  2. What a wonderful shop!
    Even though I know how to punch, it would be fun to take a class from you, but the commute would be a bit much.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  3. I wish I could come and take a class from you! You could teach me what I am doing wrong when it comes to punchneedle.
    What perfectly lovely shop. I think I would go crazy. :)
    Such yummy things to look at.

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  4. What a delightful shop!! They are lucky to have you!!

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So glad to have you here visiting...
would love to hear your thoughts !
Rose