The Edwardian Needle Field Trip


Okay, so this is my first post on the NJNA Blog.  Yesterday I was fortunate to be able to visit the newly re-opened shop in Fairfield.  It is wonderful to see Pam back in action!

The new shop is filled with threads, canvases, and gadgets – everything the stitcher could possibly need.  I was truly impressed with the layout of the shop; threads line the walls in a tantalizing display sure to entice.  Canvases are displayed on walls and tables.  Right now there are two trunk shows, Raymond Crawford and Joy Juarez.  I resisted the temptation to purchase any canvases but it was extremely difficult, let me tell you!

I was able to take a few photos of the new shop.  The light-colored walls and high ceilings really make the place welcoming.


The Edwardian Needle seating area


Threads and another seating area


Tote bags, beads and canvas drawers


Kreinik, anyone?


Trunk Shows and more threads


Linen Corner

The Edwardian Needle is now located at 390 Fairfield Avenue in Fairfield.  Shop hours are Wednesday to Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  I will be taking a class there starting September 18 and will post with an update.

2 responses »

  1. The pictures make me want to shop even though there is nothing that I need at this time! It looks so bright and airy, a good place to pick out colors of threads.

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