Monday, August 1, 2011

Keep Needle Arts Alive

How many times have you heard, "I didn't think anyone did that anymore." It is because of that we need to keep stitching and sharing with others.I stumbled across this video on Anna Maria Horner's blog.

Lacemaking in Lefkara, Cyprus from Etsy on Vimeo.


  1. I would love to go see the lacemakers while they are still there!!

  2. So true! It makes me happy to see all the young girls sewing with their moms and grandmas at Martha Pullen in July. We need to keep it going!!

  3. Thank you for sharing this. Neither of my daughters learned to sew, but perhaps they would now. I can't do the smocking very long at a time because of arthritis, but perhaps my local daughter will want to learn to smock & have me do the construction.
    Beckie in Brentwood, TN

  4. I like to visit this nice post.Explore, discover and share our passion and artistic creativity of the needle, while providing a complete description of the inspiring projects. Quilting and knitting is the main category, in every issue, in three to four items and articles features.

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  5. This is really good post about needle art and I am agree that we need to active and pass this art to others as well.

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