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Charley Harper Needlepoint
Charley Harper needlepoint brings the art of this famous illustrator to the canvas where it will endure for years to come.
Click here to browse and buy Charley Harper Needlepoint. Or read on ...
|Charley Harper needlepoint - Grosbeaks|
Susan Treglown Co. holds the licence to reproduce Charley Harper needlepoint and we purchase handpainted needlepoint canvases from them to sell here on Needlepoint For Fun.
Due to the popularity of these designs we often have difficulty maintaining stock levels, so check before you buy as some designs have a 6 week delivery time. We try to keep the delivery times for Charley Harper needlepoint as short as possible and we try to hold inventory of all canvases.
Most Charley Harper needlepoint is on 13 mesh canvas but there are some that are painted onto 18 mesh mono needlepoint canvas.
Charley Harper needlepoint is so easy to stitch because there is no shading detail and the color areas are all well-defined and stitch-painted. This is what makes these canvases an excellent choice for beginner and experienced stitchers.
You can purchase these canvases as canvas-only or with threads and full product details are written alongside the design images when you click through.
Once you have finished stitching your Charley Harper needlepoint you can check out our framing service or our affordable needlepoint finishing service. Let Charley Harper art live on by adorning your sofa.
Here are some Charley Harper needlepoint inages to enjoy. You will find all our canvases here.
Contact us with any questions about Charley Harper needlepoint. We love to visit with you and will always get back to you in the shortest time possible.
|A Charley Harper Rainforest Birds needlepoint that was completed by one of our customers.|
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