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Our name has changed!
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40 percent off

Select cross stitch kits are 40% off. 
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It's Christmas in July!

It's Christmas in July! Everything in stock is 20% off. 
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Howdy!

Wow! I can't believe it's been over a year and I've never used this feature on the website. 
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We're Participating in the Branching Out Seminar

Come visit our booth at the Embroiderer's Association of Canada "Branching Out" Seminar. We will be at the Winnipeg Embroiderer's Guild Boutique at the University of Manitoba from May 14 - 19. We look forward to meeting you.
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Shower Your Mother with Love

Mother's day is fast approaching - are you ready? While mothers and grandmothers are the main focus, Mother's Day is also a great time to celebrate other women of influence in our lives. Whether you are having Sunday brunch, or making a long distance phone call, it is important to show these women how much we care.

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Needlepoint / Cross Stitch / Petit Point

The most common question I get when a new customer browses the store is "What is the difference between Needlepoint, Cross Stitch and Petit Point?" What a great question for a blog!
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Knitting is the New "Thing"

2013: The year of the snake, the year of quinoa (yes, really!) and the year Justin Beiber takes over the known universe. 2013 also has the potential to be the year of knitting. Needle crafts are making a big comeback and it seems like knitting is leading the pack.
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Are you reading these blogs?

I am getting stuck at what to write in these blogs and so I am now asking everyone - what do you want to know? Is there something in cross stitch, knitting, canvas work or custom picture framing that you would like to ask?  Talk to me!!!
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What does stitch count mean?

It is very important to know what size your finished project is going to be, but how do you change the size of fabric?  Where do I start?
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