Needlework Designer/Teacher

Gay Ann Rogers

Needlework Designer/Teacher

Gay Ann Rogers



Above is the map of how far Queendom Website has traveled,  

nice for MacSoph and me, but doubly nice because it shows that needlework is indeed alive and well right round the world.

Sale  

June-July, 2022

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Mystery in St. Tropez Sale

Is Open

My World of Needlework

I have moved Mystery in St. Tropez Sale here, onto its own page for a while longer.


If you are a new customer and you have just ordered Mystery in St. Tropez,


Please read about my instructions and the reason I package them the way I do.



Save The Date

On Wednesday, June 22, I will be on Gary Parr's podcast and we will discuss Mystery in St. Tropez.


Please read through the descriptions of what comes with

each offering, then if you wish to buy the instructions, click

on the PayPal Button on the right.

On the Left

The center and the basic dividing bands, the essentials for everyone.

A chance to be the Designer in a non-threatening way:

it all will work out.

From My Proofers

Look what Val, Sue and Kim did with the Mystery.





Above

A peek at some of the options for the corners and the spaces between the corners. You choose colors, you choose from the options for a Geometric unique to you.




Description of Mystery in St. Tropez, the Geometric


A Geometric that gives you a chance to be the Designer:

you choose your threads and colors,

you choose from the options for different corner designs

you choose from the options for different spaces between the corners,

and you will create a Geometric unique to you.


At its largest, the deisgn is 7.5" square on 18-mesh canvas 12" x 12".

The design includes three different corners each with three modifications: a ragged edge, an 8-sided edge and a square.

In addition there are three different designs for spaces between the corners.


The instructions for the Geometric a total of 42 pages long.

This includes the instructions, a Stitch Glossary,  a title page and a color copy of the center motif and its legs (see above) to get you started.





Mystery in St. Tropez

Geometric and Both Ornaments

Instructions, $68.00 plus shipping.





Mystery in St. Tropez

Geometric

Instructions, $48.00 plus shipping.





Mystery in St. Tropez

Both Ornaments

Instructions, $32.00 plus shipping..





Shipping is $8.00


Prices are for instructions only (no canvas, no threads).


St. Tropez Ornaments

The two ornaments give you a chance to audition colors for the Geometric.

They are also a great chance to use up stash threads.


Description of the St. Tropez Ornaments


Two Ornaments

Larger Ornament is 3 5/8" on 18 mesh canvas 7" x 7".

Smaller Ornament is 2 7/8" on 18 mesh canvas 6" x 6"

There are fronts and also optional backs for each.


I made these to audition colors for the Mystery Geometric

but they turned out to be nice ways to use up leftover threads.


The instructions for both are a total of 30 pages long.

This includes the instructions for both ornaments, fronts and backs,, a Stitch Glossary,  a title page and a color copy of the fronts and backs.  The instructions include very simple finishing that takes about 15 minutes.



From Val

I love her Geometric and interesting ornament: she stitched the front twice and put the fronts together as one ornament.

From Sue

Clever Sue: she took the little flower design from the ornaments and used it in the space between the corners. You can see the little motif on the ornaments below.

From Kim

Red, white, blue and gold and Kim made a square. I love her choice for the space beteen the corners, it brings the whole piece together.


These three options demonstrate well how the Mystery changes according to the options you choose.



Below: Leventeen Blue A and B

Below: Aquamarine A and B

Below:  Santa Fe Sage  A and B

Below: French Blue A and B

Below:  Lilac  A and B

Below: Victoria Red  A and B

Below:  Butter A and B

Below:  Pumpkin A and B

Gay Ann's Colors, very similar to French Blue A, with puprole added from B.

A REMINDER OF SO MANY POSSIBILITIES

To contact

Needle in a Haystack, click here

From Cathe Ray,  Needle in a Haystack

A Gallery of CATHE'S COLORS FOR MYSTERY IN ST. TROPEZ