Erin McGrathMy name is Erin.  I’m a lifelong needlepoint enthusiast.

For 15 years, I managed and/or worked in various high-end needlepoint shops in Connecticut and Florida.  I am now the owner and manager of Needlepoint Land, LLC., a Florida limited liability company.

Needlepoint Land started life in February of 2012, primarily as a blog.  On May 2nd, 2014, it officially morphed into a brick-and-mortar shop.  So now it’s also Needlepoint Land, the store.

What’s kept me at this for so long?

I love needlepoint, pure and simple.

Beyond that, I enjoy sharing what I know about the craft of needlepoint with both beginners and advanced stitchers, and have had the pleasure of creating stitch guides for a variety of canvases, often selecting specialty threads, for in-store customers and private clients.

I’m a member of the American Needlepoint Guild (ANG).

To stay current with new products, I attend industry trade shows, and keep in contact with a widespread network of leading needlepoint vendors and custom artists.  And I’m always happy to  help my clients with advice on thread selection, developing a stitching plan, or to finish their masterpieces, using a cadre of reliable, reasonably priced, high-quality finishers.

Feel free to contact me directly at any time by email or phone, with any comments you may have about this site.

Happy stitching!

© Erin McGrath and Needlepointland.com, 2012 – 2016.

13 responses »

  1. Hi Erin,
    I wonder if you have some time early afternoon, for me to come in and look for some yarns for the two stockings you have ordered for me
    Maria

  2. Thanks for the good wishes Adele. I do have some canvases up already. Will be adding new things all the time. So, stay tuned!

  3. Dear Erin,
    I wish you would call me. This is a very important move for you. I wish the the best of good fortune! Please put your canvases on line so we can see what you have picked and what is for sale.
    Good luck!
    Yours in stitching, Adele

  4. Erin, Your dear, sweet mother is so proud of you, as well as myself. I just purchased two of your canvases and thought they were yours. We go way back and this does not come as a surprise, because you are so talented. I miss Betty so very much.

  5. You’re very kind, Erin. I am working like a busy beaver on my granddaughter’s Christmas stocking and am quite pleased with it. Can’t wait till it’s finished.

  6. Thanks so much Susan. You’re a fantastic stitcher and I look forward to working with you on your future needlepoints. I was happy to feature your sandals–they are great!

  7. Erin, you have done an amazing job with your website and blog! I look forward to working with you on my projects as time goes by. Wishing you only the very best on all your endeavors. P.S. You did a beautiful job of displaying photos of my sandals creation. Thanks. Susan

  8. Erin, Love your website! you did awesome job! best of luck with your endeavor
    Patty 🙂

  9. Good Job Erin with your site and work. Good luck to you and I will check back from time to time. Bonnie

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