Category: Needle and ThREAD

Updates on the Needle and ThREAD program which uses needlework to promote and support literacy.

Who Stitches for Literacy?

Jackson Square, ArtVentures pattern available at Accents, Inc.

Jackson Square pattern by ArtVentures, available at Accents, Inc. Gayle Horton, owner of Accents, Inc: Fine Needle Art & Framing has been participating in the Needle and Thread: Stitching for Literacy program […]

Collectors’ Bookmarks

Stitching for Literacy, Lauren Roberts's Victory bookmark

Lauren Roberts, Editor-in-Chief of BiblioBuffet, kindly shares another of her fabric bookmarks with us. There is no embroidery on this one, but there’s a wonderful story behind it, and it inspires ideas […]

Super Mo: Soliciting Stitching Help

Stitching for Literacy, Aunt Sue's cross stitched bookmarks for the Bookmark Challenge

Maureen is our Needle and Thread: Stitching for Literacy 2011 Bookmark Challenge Super Model. She’s hosting a Bookmark Challenge to support her local library, doing much of the stitching herself, but also […]

Who Stitches for Literacy?

Stitching for Literacy, Brooke reads as Jackie embroiders

My neighbors, that’s who! Brooke reads as Jackie cross stitches initials on what will become a bookmark. The Glacierview school has a Love to Read week every spring. They invite community members […]

Education Today

Stitching for Literacy, reading babies

Edited to fix the link. Thanks for the heads up. Our friend, Becca, works in public education. She called my attention to an important blog post, and I’d like to point all […]

Who Stitches for Literacy?

Valerie at One More Stitch in Aiken, SC, is collecting bookmarks for the 2011 Challenge. Meet Brooke and Chris, two stitchers who are contributing to that collection. Hello. My name is Brooke […]