Entries by NeedlePointJunction

A Look at Yesterday and Tomorrow

How crazy am I is what goes through my brain sometimes. Just think about for a moment. Five years ago, I bought a little store in the corner of a plaza on Hilton Head Island. I hadn’t the slightest idea of the product I would be selling. Let’s face it, I barely knew what knitting […]

Classes, clubs and Sit and Stitches

We are starting to settle into our new space (actually it will take some time) but we are up and running for classes. You can check out our calendar on this site but here is a run down. Geri’s Americana Patchwork Quilt Needlepoint – Starts Wednesday, October 2nd at 1:00 PM. This is a great […]

Autumn is on the mind…

For most people, Labor Day for some strange reason is the passage way into Fall. We finish the long weekend with just one more summer bar-b-que, one more dip in the pool before the cover goes on (in colder places), the last taste of watermelon and popsicles. And once, we have celebrated the holiday we […]

Summer Spartina

Spartina Grass in the Early Summer People ask me all the time, what do we love about Hilton Head, and, do I miss the seasons. My husband and I fell in love with the rich hues of Summer, Winter, Fall and Spring that surround us every year from the many things are Hilton Head-ish. One […]

Yesterday and Today

  Wow – time has flown by so quickly. I cannot believe we are coming up on the 4 year mark. When I walked into the store for the very first time I had no clue as to what I was doing. I wasn’t even sure I wanted to be there. The place was small […]

For the Love of Pippin

We all have our different tastes and I am no exception to the rule. I love many designers. I am awe sometimes of a canvas and even more so of the stitchers who manipulate them to become masterpieces. As I have stated many times, while I own a store, I am still a novice to […]

Stitches – K through O! from the Traveling Needle

Stitches K-O   As I craft this blog post cozy smells of Thanksgiving break are filling the air in my house…both of my daughters are home for the holiday break and I have put them in charge of the traditional pumpkin pie as well as the scrumptious fudge pie.  Hearing their laughter, chatter and the […]

Stitches F – J! from the Traveling Needle

What a busy week it has been!  I’ve been continuously delighted, time and time again, by the many talented artisans that The Traveling Needle has found in South Carolina!  Stay tuned on the blog for creations by Sari Kandel and phenomenal canvas painter and teacher and as well words of great wisdom and advice regarding […]