Jul
16

One Off Needlework

Love these circular doorstops, no smashing your toes when you are in a hurry!

Cannot believe it has taken me since February to load these lovely One Off Needlework designs from Wendy Hope-Falkner.  Deluxe printed canvas, Appleton wools, everything you need plus easy to follow instructions.  Wendy will even send you some left handed instructions if you need them! 

We have only recently begun to stock the Millefiori Doorstops this year but the other cushion, spectacles cases and brick doorstop covers have been available for some now. 

Gorgeous!

2 Comments to “One Off Needlework”

  • Dianna July 24, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    I’ll be the first to admit that I know nothing about needlepoint. At first glace, I thought these were adorable little hats for children. Doorstops? Is that an Australian thing? In the US, doorstops are usually heavy objects …. we have a stone chicken for example. Don’t ask …. it was my husband’s. :)

  • Dionne July 24, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    I hadn’t thought of them as hats for children, I think you could be onto something … I will pass your observations onto Wendy. Doorstops? just big heavy objects that hold open doors, my mother has a very heavy cast iron boot jack in the shape of a lizard, so your husband’s stone chicken sounds perfectly reasonable to me.
    These round conical objects are filled with 2 kg of rice to give them a bit of weight. Usually needlepoint doorstop covers appear in the standard house brick sizes and shapes, we have those too. You don’t have to know too much about needlepoint to enjoy or do it. Like I tell my students, it’s just colouring-in for grown ups.

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