Nease's Needlework is pleased to welcome you here, and humbled you would visit! Please feel free to shop around. If you do decide to create a web
account it has a lot of advantages. It will keep your shipping
addresses for you, and remembers the contents of your cart for next
time. Your account will keep track of any gift certificates someone
might have bought for you, too. And you can write reviews for your
fellow stitchers to learn from them (such as the current one for Trans-X Graph paper). We've worked hard to make the features easy to use and representative of how you shop in a store.
We closed the brick and mortar store in August, 2008, so this website can help you purchase many of the items you saw in our store. To find something you want to buy, enter that item in the "Search" box to the right. Or click on the "New" link in the top left-hand box, and you can see what's newest on the site. Need something you don't see? Simply call (404) 380-1875 or e-mail me from your account, and I'll be able to respond within a day or so (I have a day job, you see . . .).
Thanks to all of you who've come by the website in the past couple of years, to visit, to look around, and to add some patterns or threads to your stitching stash. You've made this endeavor incredibly worthwhile, and I'm very glad to see the needle arts carrying on via the world wide web! And if you are interested in finding other fiber artists in your area, check out any local Guilds in your area. Thanks to the hard work of several dedicated individuals, there is now an organization called SEFAA, the Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance. Click on the link to find inspiration and classes you might want to join if you live in the Southeast US.
I'm still maintaining the Nease's Needlework blog to stay in touch with the greater blogging community. Postings include current projects (no matter their age!), the requisite dog and cat postings, and even a movie review. You're still welcome to visit the site, add comments, or link your own blog to it: in this world, the more, the merrier! The site is www.neasesneedlework.blogspot.com.
you've been a framing or finishing customer over the years, thank you
for your faith and business. I don't have the resources yet to continue
with that aspect of the business - call me at (404) 380-1875 for some
recommendations for these services.
Sheepish is now open on West Ponce Place (the West Ponce shops) in downtown Decatur to answer your knitting, crocheting, spinning, and even weaving questions. Please call the old phone number (404) 377-6875, and you will hear a friendly voice answer whatever questions you might have. You can also visit their website at Sheepish.biz.
We are always adding things to the site nowadays, so check back often! And don't hesitate to call.