FaveCrafts Giveaway: Needlepoint Tapestry

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anchor-living-bolster-kitNeedlepoint has seen a rise in popularity in recent years. Crafters are looking for new and unique ways to create stylish and fun canvas projects, and more and more homeowners are creating fun home decor using this beloved crafting technique.

However, I’ve never seen a kit like the Floral Path Bolster from Anchor Living.

Filled with all the colorful thread you need to create this 5-window bolster, this easy needlepoint kit is great for needlepoint lovers. Complete with a color coated canvas, Anchor Tapisserie Wool, full instructions, and a needle to help you get the job done, this is a wonderful kit for anyone who’s looking to play around with plastic canvas crafts.

Of course, all the hard work will be well worth it when you can show off the final product. The bright colors of this pillow can compliment any decor, and it’s perfect for teens and adults alike. I love the vibrant pinks, reds, and yellows that seem to pop out of the pillow…and everyone will be shocked when you tell them you made it yourself!

If you’d like to try your hand at using this embroidery kit, head on over to the giveaway page and register to win today!  We’re giving away this beautiful kit to one lucky winner, and it could be you!  All you need to do is register to win by filling out the form on the Anchor Living Needlepoint Tapestry Giveaway PageYou have until March 15th to enter, and you can enter to win once a day, so the more you return, the greater your chances of winning this beautiful embroidery kit.  You can also gain additional entries by blogging about this giveaway or talking about it on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.  Good luck!

 

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Comments

  1. says

    This would totally help me finish off a baby blanket I’m making for my brother and sister-in-law. It’s my first ever knitting and need to embroider my nephew’s stats on it! Your site, books, shows, and kits have helped me be crafty and learn how to relax.

  2. Barbara Brashear says

    This is a beautiful pillow. I used o do a lot of needle point and loved it so much. This would be a great way to get reaquanted with it. Thank you for the opportunity to try.

  3. Kelleigh Sheridan says

    I used to needle point with My mom this would be a fantastic thing to share and such vibrant colors my daughter should enjoy this!
    Have a great day!!

  4. Bridgette Kelleher says

    Needlepoint was the first that got me into crafts. I am alsways looking to learn new things to make in needle point, not to mention come up with new ideas of my own. Love the vibrant colors and for someone who loves working all of the colors of the rainbow this would be perfect.

  5. Carole Ann Cook says

    Oh, the Floral Path bolster pillow is pretty! I’d love this kit. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

  6. Laura Davis says

    Doing needle work at my daughter’s track meets really helps the time go faster!! They can be long meets!!

  7. Mary Burn says

    I have not done needlepoint in quite awhile , so would love to have this kit. Thanks for including me in your giveaway.

  8. ariene says

    This is really beautiful. I found out about this give away at the very last minute but if by some luck I win this even with the slim chance that I have ill be so happy

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