Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Post by T294 » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 09:16:47



Hi,

Which sites are best for a beginner trying to find all kinds of categorized
links about cross stitch and needlepoint?  When I say categorized, I mean by
subject like: Supplies, galleries, instructions, patterns, etc., rather than
just an alphabetized list.

Thanks, Toika

 
 
 

Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Post by Karen C - Californ » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 09:33:21


http://www.clip2.com/p.jsp?i=B631101DE8FAD3118000080020B1F147

http://www.craftsearch.com/Craft/links.html

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Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Post by Jeri » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 09:35:27



Quote:
> Hi,

> Which sites are best for a beginner trying to find all kinds of
categorized
> links about cross stitch and needlepoint?  When I say categorized, I mean
by
> subject like: Supplies, galleries, instructions, patterns, etc., rather
than
> just an alphabetized list.

> Thanks, Toika

The best comprehensive information site about needlework I've seen is Kathy
Dyer's site.

http://www.dnai.com/~kdyer/
--
Jeri

WIP: Home Sweet Home by Anne Powell
-slowest stitcher in western NY

 
 
 

Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Post by Michelle Dona » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 16:33:53



Quote:
>Hi,

>Which sites are best for a beginner trying to find all kinds of categorized
>links about cross stitch and needlepoint?  When I say categorized, I mean by
>subject like: Supplies, galleries, instructions, patterns, etc., rather than
>just an alphabetized list.

I like the Hoffmans Distributor on line catalogue which can be search
by category, author or plain old alpha.

www. hoffmandis.com/

Quote:
>Thanks, Toika

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Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Post by Jim Mc Namara ~ Future Collectible » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 20:43:16


Quote:

> Hi,

> Which sites are best for a beginner trying to find all kinds of
categorized
> links about cross stitch and needlepoint?  When I say categorized, I mean
by
> subject like: Supplies, galleries, instructions, patterns, etc., rather
than
> just an alphabetized list.

Mornin' Toika,
I've made it a point to try and link as many stitch-related sites to my
website as possible.  If anyone else would like to exchange links, please
let me know.  I have a seperate link page on my website you may visit.
Thanks
--
Jim Mc Namara
Future Collectibles
www.futurecollectibles.com

 
 
 

Which sites are best for finding links on cross stitch and needlepoint?

Post by Sarah Koehle » Fri, 08 Sep 2000 01:10:55


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Quote:
> > Hi,

> > Which sites are best for a beginner trying to find all kinds of
> categorized
> > links about cross stitch and needlepoint?  When I say categorized,
I mean
> by
> > subject like: Supplies, galleries, instructions, patterns, etc.,
rather
> than
> > just an alphabetized list.

> > Thanks, Toika

> The best comprehensive information site about needlework I've seen
is Kathy
> Dyer's site.

> http://www.dnai.com/~kdyer/
> --
> Jeri

I agree. I ALWAYS start at Kathy's page and really have very few
stitching bookmarks because I know I can find anything I want by going
through her site.

--
Sarah in Ferndale Washington
WIP's : Christmas Cards,
"And the Angel Said" Sampler,
EGA Fleur-de-lis millennium sampler

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