Merriweather Stitchery

Craft Night a Success, Sources Say

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. Danielle (that's me) CEO, President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Summer Intern at Boston based crafty biz The Merriweather Council taught participants to embroider at Etsy Labs on monday night. Following a short demo which was live streamed to Etsy.com, Danielle...

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The Merriweather Council at Etsy Labs

It's true - I'm going to be doing a Craft Night at Etsy in Brooklyn! We are going to learn some very basic embroidery techniques and stitches and there will be a handout! *collective swoon -owwhhh handouts* and all the materials are going to be provided by the fine folks at Etsy. The project I...

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Totebags

I bought these canvas totes a while ago and I've been thinking about what to do with them. Obviously, I want to embroider them but I can't decide with what. I am thinking 7 inch diameter Wishbone stitch circles. Or maybe a word... I want to use one for myself, I think that one should be Wishbones...

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Merrily Ever After

I would like to introduce to you the very very beginnings of my newest project, Merrily Ever After. A line of wedding centric embroidered goodies, favors, and keepsakes. I am really excited about it. I've been getting a lot of requests from brides and friends of brides and so it became pretty...

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Some Thoughts…

Before I say what I came here to say, I want to say something else: take it or leave it, but this is what I think. Personal opinion. Here are some things I think about a lot... create new reality - yellow The thing that should matter most to you about your business is that you are doing what you...

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Chicago

Lots of merriment is now showing in Chicago! So excited to tell you about my work be carried by Sacred Artin Chicago.   They even gave me my own page on their site. *blush* Any of you dear readers live in the Chicago area? Maybe you'll pop in a visit my necklaces? Tell them I said hey. Are...

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Business in the Front, Party in the Back.

One of the things I like about embroidery is that while you're spending all this time making sure the front looks just right... the back is wildly out of control - creating it's own interesting composition.   Sometimes the backs look awesome - even more awesome than the fronts... and...

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