Hey everybody!

Merry Christmas!  Happy Hannukah!  Happy Holidays!  Whatever you celebrate at this time of year, I hope that you enjoy yourself.   Onward to the news…

Twelve Days of Christmas (Inventory Reduction Sale)

It’s still going on!  The Twelve Days of Christmas is still happening.  Stock up for your holiday vacation stitching!  Here’s what you can get on sale NOW – all items must be in stock:

20% off all in stock cotton threads like DMC, Anchor, ThreadworX, Watercolors, Wildflowers.

20% off all in stock Splendor Silk and Grandeur.

20% off ALL in stock red and green threads – any type!  Overdyed threads are included.

Buy one get one free (lesser priced item is free) on all Charms, Buttons, Sequins etc.  (Sundance beads and beading threads not included.)

20% off all in stock Christmas canvases (except Mindy’s already discounted items).

20% off all the FUN TOOLS like Totes, Purses, Storage Packs, Magnets, Laying Tools, Scissors, and Items in the Front Counter.

And here’s what’s on sale NEXT WEEK

Next Tuesday – 20% off all Silk Lame’ Braid Regular and Petite.

Next Wednesday, Dec. 20 – 20% off Kreinik metallic threads!

SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20 AT 4 P.M.  ALL ORDERS MUST BE IN AND PAID BY THAT TIME TO QUALIFY FOR THE SALE PRICES.  I can ship your order after the holidays if you prefer, just let me know.


Don’t forget, Homestead closes on Saturday, December 23 at 4 p.m. and will re-open on Tuesday, January 2 at 10 a.m.


Colors of Praise will be our January Trunk Show with 20% off their canvases including any you order.  I’ll give you the link in the next newsletter but if you want to look ahead of time, visit https://colorsofpraiseneedlepoint.com/collections.

They have the floral letters that you may just need for yourself in 2024!  Not into that?  They have a LOT of bright, happy, fun canvases.  I won’t have the price list until January.

Winter Fun Facts courtesy of Rainbow Gallery

  • The tallest Christmas tree ever displayed was in Seattle, Washington, measuring 221 feet tall.
  • Thomas Edison and his business partner actually invented Christmas lights.
  • The largest snowflake ornament ever was over 10 feet tall.
  • You can visit Santa’s Village all year round in Ontario, Canada

Be Well, Be Merry, Be Stitching!

Theresa (and Skye)