New Personalized Needlepoint Christmas Stockings Open
09/23/2011 has launched a new personalized needlepoint shop with many pre-designed Christmas needlepoint canvases to which customers can add their own names and photos.

Online PR News – 23-September-2011 – – announced today that they have launched a new personalized needlepoint shop. In this shop there are many pre-designed Christmas needlepoint canvases to which customers can add their own names and also have the shop modify the colors before printing. Some of the designs even allow for the customer to add their own photos into the canvas design.

This month the shop is featuring Christmas stockings and needlepoint ornament designs. In the past, personalized needlepoint stocking kits have required the stitcher to actually use a stencil and draw in a name, with very plain letters. Customers buying from have their choice of over 100 styles of letters and 400 colors. Customers will also be happy to know that their names will be printed onto the canvas, and that the needlepoint kits will include not only the canvas and thread, but they will also come with a counted stitch guide, counted color aid, and DMC matched color guide. is an online needlepoint store where shoppers can easily upload their own photos and have them turned into needlepoint kits and canvases. The shop keeps over 400 colors of embroidery floss in stock and can put images onto 10, 12, 14, and 18 mesh mono deluxe Zweigart canvas. They specialize in custom needlepoint kits and also offer stitch finishing as well as pillow finishing services.

Needlepoint is a form of counted thread embroidery in which yarn is stitched through a stiff open weave canvas. Most needlepoint designs completely cover the canvas. Although needlepoint may be worked in a variety of stitches, many needlepoint designs use only a simple tent stitch which rely upon color changes to construct a pattern. Needlepoint is not only fun, but has been found to be very relaxing by many stitchers. Needlepoint projects can be put in frames and hung on the wall, made into pillows, and mounted in ways still yet to be discovered. To see many fun new needlepoint ideas, visit the blog at

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