|Small needlepoint canvases can be framed gallery-style
and hung as a coordinated group.
|For a less costly alternative, find some interesting and eclectic frames,
frame the needlepoint yourself, and hang on the wall in an arrangement that
suits your style.
|Forget the frames! Another affordable option is to wrap and glue your canvas to foam board
(you can pad it if you want) and attach them, as a group, to the wall for a contemporary look.
|This DJ Designs Yorkie canvas was made into a bag. Most professional
finishers will be able to do this for you. Some finishers work with leather for
an upscale look.
|This tote bag has had a vintage needlepoint inset.|
|Sew your design onto a tote bag.
Here's a tutorial for how to do this.
|A small needlepoint inset into a standard size fabric pillow.|
|A Dragonfly 4" x 4" needlepoint filled with a lavender sachet.|
|A hanging frame needlepoint ornament.|
|This sofa is an extreme version of what we mean! You could sew lots of small needlepoint pieces
together to make a patchwork that could ultimately become a pillow, a footstool cover,
almost anything you like. Admittedly, you'll need a few to make a sofa!
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