Chris S., customer service. She’s been with NN for 4 years. She enjoys several techniques but her current favorites are Blackwork, Hardanger, and Temari. Her favorite product is fabric (because without it you can’t do much ;).
Month: March 2011
March Hardanger Bookmark Club Chart Correction
Uff da! Here is the updated cutting diagram chart for those Bookmark Club subscribers. Roz fixed it up right away for everyone! Download the Correction
Pineapple Pretzel Salad
Pineapple Pretzel Salad 1-20 oz. can crushed pineapple, drained 8 oz. softened cream cheese One-half cup sugar 8 oz. Whipped topping like Cool Whip Cream sugar and cream cheese. Stir in Cool Whip and pineapple. 1 cup crushed pretzels One-third cup sugar One-half cup melted butter Mix pretzels, sugar and butter and spread on a […]
Thursday’s Meet the Staff: Roz Watnemo
Roz Watnemo, owner. She’s been with NN since the very beginning – 36 years this year! She enjoys designing and stitching Hardanger embroidery. Her favorite product is Restoration Fabric Restorer (6599). She has been using it to clean up old linens and it is fabulous!
As I mentioned at the beginning of the newsletter, I am writing on Fat Tuesday. There is a traditional filled bun served in many countries. Wikipedia has this definition: “A semla, fastlagsbulle (Swedish) or fastelavnsbolle (Danish and Norwegian) is a traditional pastry made in various forms in Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Norway, Denmark and Estonia, associated […]
Sequin Attachment Stitches
Sequin (Paillette) Attachment Method 1 Method 1 Come up on the outside of the paillette and stitch down into the same hole in the center. Repeat this on the remaining three sides. Try to keep a consistent direction/pattern for each paillette (e.g. clockwise/top-bottom-left-right/etc.). (Figure T.) Sequin (Paillette) Attachment Method 2 Method 2 Come up through […]