Can you believe the holidays are quite literally right around the corner?! I know a lot of my needlepoint friends stitch Christmas canvases all year around, but stitching Christmas needlepoint canvases during the actual holiday season sounds so much more appealing to me!
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Christmas Needlepoint Canvases under $100
An excellent Christmas canvas for beginners, simply because it’s kitted with a step-by-step stitch guide. Work on your decorative stitching skills by trying out a few new stitches in this kit. I love the fun colors for a totally modern take on traditional Christmas. One of those canvases in my stash that I’m slowly working on. It’s shaping up to be a pretty one, especially with the metallic threads.
I love this ornament! So many ways to get creative with it. Whether you’re a beginner stitcher or someone who’s more confident in using unique fibers that offer a bit of texture, this cheeky canvas makes a fun ornament for your tree or others!
Although I’m personally not a big beer drinker, for all my fellow Texans, you know that this one is a holiday staple! Makes me think fondly of ugly sweater parties back in college. A cute little sentimental gift idea for a guy in your life, have the finisher add their initials and the year to the back of the ornament.
Just one of the adorable canvases in my stash. I haven’t pulled this one out yet, but I think I’ll be in the mood to begin stitching it as we get closer to the holidays. The 4″ round is on 18-count mesh.
Shoutout to Silver Stitch Needlepoint, I have SO many of their canvases on my wishlist! This little downhill skier is great for holiday or not. He simply works for the winter season, too. Plus, a super easy stitch on 13-mesh
I love a ginger jar all year around, but this little Christmas themed canvas is a perfect addition to your stash. Calling all my grandmillennial friends, this one is for you! Would be darling finished into an ornament backed with some red and white check fabric and pretty green ribbon.
An adorable canvas that might be a bit more intricate, but totally worth it! I envision either using some beads for the Christmas tree lights or some pretty metallic thread for the tree tinsel. I suggest using Kreinik metallic braid thread. I recently used it for a project and it just totally made it pop!
I think this canvas is just cheeky and darling! Who wouldn’t love a skiing Santa Claus? Best part, this guy is on 13-mesh, meaning a much easier stitch!