Spring Sale At Interweave

We’re springing forward today, which seems like a good excuse to spring into action with some sort of new project or new technique, and Interweave is tempting (enabling?) us with a one-day deal: Save 40% on One Needlework Item with the Offer Code DAYLIGHT40. Yes, that’s all caps, well, except the numbers.

What I Love at Interweave


Pieceworkicon and Cloth, Paper, Scissorsicon are two of my favorite magazines. Piecework contains articles and projects for embroidery as well as knitting, crochet, lace-making, and more. Cloth, Paper, Scissors is a mixed-media mag. They offer print and digital versions, subscriptions and individual issues, collections and more.

Dorset Buttons Webinariconicon
iconI took this class when it ran live. I’ve been into buttons for a while. I’ve covered buttons with embroidery and used them on clothes and bags, and I’ve applied button embellishments to embroidery.

Now I’m making buttons to embellish embroidery. Got that? Among other things, I like the idea of a stitched button as the “other end” of a book thong: It’s cool; it’s relatively fast to create; and it adds a nice bit of weight. I also like the idea of stitching buttons for use on bead-encrusted embroidered barrettes.


With our Finish It In ’14 focus this year, I’m reminded of this book. Embroidery hoops can serve as simple frames for embroidery projects, and this books demonstrates how. I like the suggested methods for altering hoops to pretty them up, and I like the mobile and jewelry-hang-up ideas. The book also contains patterns and project instructions, but I used it as an idea generator.

Of course, Interweave offers much more; these are just things I know and like. Today, Sunday, you can get 40% off one Needlework item with the code DAYLIGHT40. Click any of these links; browse the site; use the code (all caps) at checkout. Enjoy!

Is there anything at Interweave that you’d recommend? Please share in the comments. I might try the silk button class.

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