leftright There will be new designs available to you beginning in September. They will be released at the Needlework Expo at the end of August, but you can pre-order from your favorite needlework store. We have two autumn and two Christmas charts for you to enjoy. left right We have more tiny mittens, Tiny Mittens Set 6 for you. We also have the second Santa in the Santa Lover's Series, Wine Lover's Santa. Here is our Halloween release, my favorite nasty little chant as a kid.

Here is a new series, called Sassy Puffs, which are nice gifts to stitch for your sassy friends. There are four patterns, one of which is for Christmas. And speaking of Christmas, we have lots of new Christmas patterns.


We have two more Tiny Mittens charts that go with our first three sets. If you like to stitch larger things, here are two larger mittens, and they can also be personalized.

Also these wedding pillows are perfect for personalizing for the wedding couple. They can be used as ring bearer pillows, or Christmas ornaments for the tree, or both.


These funny guys will eventually by joined by Dashing through the Snow and Dashing through the Sea. They are perfect for those who live by the beach or in the mountains.


We are happy to announce the first in the Santa Lover's Series. Two different charts reflect two different ways to stitch this Santa. One is rustic with muted colors, and one is bright with outlines and more details.

Here is the newest in the Fall Series release, Gather Love. It has an additional chart of squirrels masked up, since this year, it seems is also marked by the wearing of masks. This was originally designed for my friend and inspiration, Jeannine Cheney, to celebrate 25 years of business for Acorns and Threads. You can count 25 acorns in the design.

left center right We are excited about these tiny Christmas decorations. They can be personalized on the tags and made into ornaments, or stitched on 18 count perforated paper and made into wine glass charms.

leftcenterright Now available three patterns of flowers, just in time for summer. They can easily be stitched on clothing, made into jewelry, framed and mounted on tins. Look at charts in the Summer Series to see different ways this chart can be finished.