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Diane McGregor

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Needlepoint Canvases

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About Us

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The owner, Diane McGregor, had been in the corporate world for 16 years, and unexpectedly became the casualty of "downsizing".
Knowing that chances were slim that at the "advanced age" of 47 she could find another job in a similar position, Diane decided to follow her dream of opening a needlework shop, which has evolved into the current online store rather than a physical one. Stitching, an important part of life. Stitching has been an important part of Diane's life since 1973. After attending Chico State College in California, Diane decided to get a fun job for a while before embarking on a real career. She moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue another of her passions, dancing. After traveling in a road show with Martha Raye and working with Jimmy Durante, Diane was fortunate to land a dancing job in the largest show in Las Vegas, Hallelujah Hollywood, at the MGM Grand Hotel. Diane took an interest and began by purchasing her first embroidery kit. It wasn't long until she was hooked. As time went on and life became more hectic, needlework was put on the back burner. But in 1992 Diane found a local needlepoint shop, began takingclasses, and the addiction took hold once more. Caught up in the corporate world and commuting 3 ½ hours a day to her job, needlepoint became her saving grace. Her love of needlework was so great it was inevitable that she would one day open a shop.


About Us

www.a-z-needlepoint.com [cached]

The owner, Diane McGregor, had been in the corporate world for 16 years, and unexpectedly became the casualty of "downsizing".
Knowing that chances were slim that at the "advanced age" of 47 she could find another job in a similar position, Diane decided to follow her dream of opening a needlework shop, which has evolved into the current online store rather than a physical one. Stitching, an important part of life. Stitching has been an important part of Diane's life since 1973. After attending Chico State College in California, Diane decided to get a fun job for a while before embarking on a real career. She moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue another of her passions, dancing. After traveling in a road show with Martha Raye and working with Jimmy Durante, Diane was fortunate to land a dancing job in the largest show in Las Vegas, Hallelujah Hollywood, at the MGM Grand Hotel. Diane took an interest and began by purchasing her first embroidery kit. It wasn't long until she was hooked. As time went on and life became more hectic, needlework was put on the back burner. But in 1992 Diane found a local needlepoint shop, began takingclasses, and the addiction took hold once more. Caught up in the corporate world and commuting 3 ½ hours a day to her job, needlepoint became her saving grace. Her love of needlework was so great it was inevitable that she would one day open a shop.


About Us

www.a-to-z-needlepoint.com [cached]

The owner, Diane McGregor, had been in the corporate world for 16 years, and unexpectedly became the casualty of "downsizing".
Knowing that chances were slim that at the "advanced age" of 47 she could find another job in a similar position, Diane decided to follow her dream of opening a needlework shop. After attending Chico State College in California, Diane decided to get a fun job for a while before embarking on a real career. She moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue another of her passions, dancing. After traveling in a road show with Martha Raye and working with Jimmy Durante, Diane was fortunate to land a dancing job in the largest show in Las Vegas, Hallelujah Hollywood, at the MGM Grand Hotel. Diane took an interest and began by purchasing her first embroidery kit. It wasn't long until she was hooked. A Disneyland of canvas and thread. A vast array of canvases, kits, accessories and threads await the discerning stitcher. As time went on and life became more hectic, needlework was put on the back burner. But in 1992 Diane found a local needlepoint shop, began taking classes, and the addiction took hold once more. Caught up in the corporate world and commuting 3 ½ hours a day to her job, needlepoint became her saving grace. Her love of needlework was so great it was inevitable that she would one day open a shop. The Regal Rabbit Name Many people have asked how we chose the name The Regal Rabbit. The store carries everything from A to Z in the way of Needlepoint products. Since the store is much more than a needlework shop, Diane needed a name that was not product specific, but was unique and, hopefully, easy to remember. She has always loved rabbits and has a large collection of them in her home.


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Contact: Diane McGregor
Address: 8499 Old Redwood Hwy. Ste. 111 Windsor, CA 95492-8057 Ph. 707 - 838 - 0220 TF: 800 - 208 - 6069


About US

www.regalrabbit.com [cached]

The owner, Diane McGregor, had been in the corporate world for 16 years, and unexpectedly became the casualty of "downsizing".Knowing that chances were slim that at the "advanced age" of 47 she could find another job in a similar position, Diane decided to follow her dream of opening a needlework shop.After attending Chico State College in California, Diane decided to get a fun job for a while before embarking on a real career.She moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue another of her passions, dancing.After traveling in a road show with Martha Raye and working with Jimmy Durante, Diane was fortunate to land a dancing job in the largest show in Las Vegas, Hallelujah Hollywood, at the MGM Grand Hotel. Diane took an interest and began by purchasing her first embroidery kit.It wasn't long until she was hooked. But in 1992 Diane found a local needlepoint shop, began taking classes, and the addiction took hold once more.Caught up in the corporate world and commuting 3 ½ hours a day to her job, needlepoint became her saving grace.Her love of needlework was so great it was inevitable that she would one day open a shop. Since the store is much more than a needlework shop, Diane needed a name that was not product specific, but was unique and, hopefully, easy to remember.She has always loved rabbits and has a large collection of them in her home.


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