>Compleating a needlepoint


This morning I received a call from Heindselman’s, a yarn and knit shop in Provo, Utah.

They had a customer that had a needle point and peti point piano bench tapestry that needed to be completed. She came right over with it for me to look at. Her dad, yep that is right — a man, did this. He died before he was able to complete the last filling stitches around all of the center motifs and a tiny bit of peti point; roughly six to ten hours of work left to do. I think closer to ten. She wants it back by February; should be easy to do with that much time, even with all the holidays.

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