Gay Ann Rogers

Needlework Designer/Teacher

 

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Above is a map showing how far MacSoph and I travel: it shows the locations around the world from which people have visited Queendom Website.

My World of Needlework

 

On Monday Morning,

May 16, I returned from my long hiatus.

 

What does my return mean?

 

A new series of 8 lessons, this time on Threads.

 

Website updated

June 30, 2016

My Next Sale:

I missed my sale in May.

I'll have a sale sometime between mid-July and early August.

What Do I Have the Most Requests for Right Now

 

Elizabeth 1*

Mary and Bess**

 

Downton Abbey Designs

Flowers, Hearts and a   Peacock

Hollyhock House.

 

If you wish your request added to the list, email me:

 

GayAnnRogers@me.com

 

 

 

*My Portrait of Elizabeth 1 is returning in October.

 

** My Miniatures of Mary and Bess will arrive this summer.

New Lesson This Morning

 

Lesson 7: Beads and Embellishments

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Lesson 5: Novelty Threads

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Lesson 6: Comments on Overdyed Threads

 

 

Lesson 3: Au Ver a Soie's 100/3 silk

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100/3 silk on its spool and used in the Nun's Stitch edge of my Pride and Prejudice Needle Book and Book Mark

 

 

Lesson 4: Metallics and Metals for Needlepoint

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Lesson 2: Cotton Floss or Silk?

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Above: my favorite silk, Soie d'Alger. On the right: Anchor floss in one of my most often used colors.

Lesson 1: An Essay on Pearl Cotton

Forever Pearl Cotton has been one of my best friends in needlepoint and in this series I write why. I'm not sure this short essay is a lesson per se, perhaps more a fan letter for a favorite friend after many years.

 

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Nice to be back after my long hiatus.