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Collect all of the Charles Cobelle Paris Scenes!

It’s your choice. Buy any … or all … of the canvases in this series on 13 or 18 mesh!

Here are just a few of the earlier canvases.:

This is the Paris Street Scene.

Paris Street Scene Needlepoint Design painted canvas

. . . and here are the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Needlepoint Canvas hand painted by Sally Corey

and St. Tropez:
St Tropez Needlepoint canvas hand painted by Sally Corey


Needlepoint Books

Sally’s needlepoint charts now available at 30% off!

Sally is the author of two classic books of needlepoint design which are, unfortunately, out-of-print.


Due to the wonderful response to our recent giveaway (two lucky winners received a copy of one of the books!), we decided we needed to make these charts available to more people.

Now offering two of Sally’s needlepoint charts, originally published in these favored books, as individual booklets for immediate download.

These books are full of engaging needlepoint designs that have, without a doubt, withstood the test of time. So, to enable more of you to enjoy them, we will be digitizing them and making them available, over time, as downloadable pdfs for you.

The first design: Swallows – Willows Japanese Screen Needlepoint Chart includes three individual chartsSally-Corey-Japanese-Needlepoint-Screen, one for each panel of the miniature Japanese screen. All three for only $14.95.

Also, available for $14.95, the second chart is the Japanese Tasuki Chart.tasuki cushion Seen here as a finished cushion, This intriguing design is from her acclaimed needlepoint book Weaving Designs for Needlepoint. Sally was inspired by fascinating, ancient traditions in developing the Tasuki canvas chart.

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Here's another of my Paris designs, inspired by paintings of Charles, stitched and framed. Anne Stradal stitched it beautifully and created the stitch guide with threads information - including her choice of an opalescent Kreinik braid for the white areas - featured over two issues of Needlepoint Now magazine, the January/February and current March/April issue. ...

My Paris Café Chez Marie canvas, stitched so nicely by Kathy Tyner, looks
yummy framed...