Create Treasured Heirlooms
Derived from a technique engineered as early as 3,000 B.C., needlepoint is a luxurious art form that has been passed down for millennia. From necessary to novel, embroidery has since been used as a way to tell history, celebrate creativity, adorn and revitalize clothing, demonstrate activism, project status and most importantly, communicate love.
Today, needlepoint empowers people of all artistic levels to be creative on the go, stitch handmade gifts and most importantly, unplug, all while relieving some stress!
Whether you are a beginner, an enthusiast or have been meaning to pick it back up, I hope my collection inspires you to turn your lengthy travel layovers, in-between moments and treasured stories into lasting heirlooms.
Hi there, I'm Brooke, the creative behind everything you see around here.
Thorn Alexander's contemporary needlepoint designs tell colorful stories of an ancient technique with a modern twist. Each canvas is thoughtfully designed so you can meditatively stitch the map of your life everywhere you go.
Join me over on my blog as I chase my curiosity through the exploration of ecological color scapes by way of needlepoint, photography and travel. Learn how to tie a French Knot, read up on some good things happening around the world or check out how I'm striving to be more sustainable. This is all pretty much one big, creative melting pot of what I'm doing with my Art History degree.
Word on the street
Lorin Gaudin, Country Roads Magazine
These modern makers are diving into canvases with contemporary style, quips, colors, and creativity, grabbing moments of zen sewing a Warhol-esque image of Tupac or a Bowie-inspired belt, reviving a threatened art through a new lens and adding some humor, leaving everyone in stitches.
P. Pelligrini, Needlepointer
Call it a girl crush - stitch crush - stalking - whatever you want - but I love this site - and I love your work. thats all. just wanted to tell you.
Mary De Souza, Needlepoint Shop Owner
I say we're experiencing a needlepoint revolution in Omaha. The young women are taking to it like crazy. It's only taken 10 years to get here, but it's been worth it. Makes us rethink our design orders. So glad you popped up on the scene.