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Meredith Barnhill Willett

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elizabeth turner collection llc

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elizabeth turner collection llc

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The Elizabeth Turner Collection offers a diverse line of hand-painted needlepoint canvases including bell pulls, needlepoint belts, brick covers, Christmas ornaments, coasters, cummerbunds, picture frames, eye-glass cases, flasks, luggage rack straps, purses, ...more

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Callaway Gardens | Needlearts Faculty

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Meredith Willett
Learning to stitch at the early age of 6, Meredith's life-long love of needlework is apparent in all facets of her business and personal life. She is the owner of M's Canvashouse, a retail needlepoint shop which she opened over 16 years ago. She is also a partner in Elizabeth Turner Collection, a wholesale needlepoint and finishing business. Meredith has taught for needlepoint shops, ANG and EGA chapters, The National Needlepoint Association, as well as the American Needlepoint Guild national seminars. Meredith is currently serving as president of NETA. She has dedicated her life's work to needle art and wants to help continue the precious art form that was passed on to us from our mothers and grandmothers.


M's Canvashouse Needlepoint and Painted Canvases About M's

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Meredith Willett - owner "" of M's Canvashouse - opened her retail shop in Lexington, Kentucky in 1991 and opened another store located in Louisville in 2009.
Meredith has been an avid needlepointer since she was a little girl. One of her first projects was a needlepoint pincushion for her Mother. In 1998, Meredith became owner of the Elizabeth Turner Collection. She enjoys creating new designs, custom Church kneelers, attending Markets, and meeting others in the business who share her passion for needlepoint. Meredith not only teaches in her shop but is actively involved in the American Needlepoint Guild, teaching on a national level. She has had articles published in the national magazine, Needlepointers and the independent magazine, Needlepoint Now. In addition to writing aritcles, teaching, running her retail and wholesale businesses, Meredith co-authored Knots, Fur and Turkeywork with her friend Beth Robertson (author of the Stitches for Effect books). Always eager to learn, Meredith has attended classes at the Royal School of Needlework in London, studied goldwork in several museums and cathedrals in England and Scotland, and has taken goldwork classes from Jane Lemon and Tracy Franklin. Meredith truly enjoys sharing her vast knowledge with her students.


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Meredith Barnhill Willett - the "M" of M's Canvashouse - opened her retail shop in Lexington, Kentucky in 1991.
Meredith has been an avid Needlepointer since she was a little girl. One of her first projects was a needlepoint pincushion she stitched for her Mother. In 1998, Meredith became co-owner of The Elizabeth Turner Collection. She enjoys creating new designs, attending Markets, and meeting others in the business who share her passion for needlepoint. Meredith not only teaches in her shop but is actively involved in the American Needlepoint Guild teaching on a national level. She has had articles published in the national magazine, Needlepointers and the independent magazine, Needlepoint Now. Along with her magazine writing, teaching, retail and wholesale businesses, Meredith and friend, Beth Robertson (author of the Stitches for Effect books), have co-authored Knots, Fur and Turkeywork. Always eager to learn, Meredith has attended classes at the Royal School of Needlework in London; studied goldwork in several museums and cathedrals in England and Scotland; and, has taken goldwork classes from Jane Lemon and Tracy Franklin.


ANG: American Needlepoint Guild - National Seminar 2012 - Live and Silent Auction

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NETA Donation - Class with Meredith Willett


ANG: American Needlepoint Guild - 2012 Faculty

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Meredith Willett


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