#1 bought this needlepoint for mother’s day for me. It is a Kirk and Bradley canvas, and when I received it I was pleasantry surprised at how BRIGHT this canvas was. I had settled on a ribbon for the brightest pink, and ran out. I looked everywhere for the same dye lot and color. No luck.
After a little searching I did find a good replacement.
The Finished product:
I did the white and black in wool, the purple centers in velvet. It’s hard to tell but the back in the center is sparkly. I’m going to have this finished as a pillow.
Here’s what I am working on now:
This is an Elizabeth Turner Queen Bee canvas. It is supposed to be finished into a mirror. But I made the center Initials.
So way back on August 30th.. I purchased a cute little needlepoint canvas. I paid the same day, and since it was close to a holiday (Labor Day), I kind of forgot about it. Today I realized I hadn't received the needlepoint, so I thought.. "Hey! I'll message the seller and see if she knows where it is!"
I went to my line up under "Purchase History" Selected "contact seller"
I select "I haven't received my item"
This screen comes up… Where it says "Communicate with Seller" I was thinking.. this doesn't look like the "message seller" page.. but perhaps they changed it.
***This is a continuation of the page above.. I just couldn't fit it all on one page***
I clicked "I still want my item" and entered my phone number. Do you see the wording where it says: "Note: If you decide to open an eBay Money Back Guarantee Case, Customer Support may review your messages between you and the seller to help resolve the problem."Because of this statement I thought I was NOT opening a case.. I entered a message for the seller hit Submit… and guess what?
I try to bring something with me to do when I travel. My thing to bring of choice is needlepoint. Here's a before and after of the work I did while I was in Chicago.
I think you can see how much I've did while in Chicago by looking at the back of the needelepoint. By the way I bought this cute flower on eBay for 15.99 (with shipping) Which is a steal since it was handpainted. The artist is: Tapestry Bazaar of London.