Crafty Ewe
          8035 Broadview Rd.
      Broadview Hts., OH 44147

In business since 1989, the Crafty Ewe is a needlework and custom frame shop. We specialize in counted cross stich with thousands of charts to choose from. We also carry several counted canvas charts and a wide variety of threads that can be used in either of the two fiber arts as well as in other types of embroidery. 
     Fabrics? Just come in and look over our wall of fabric. From 10 count to 40 count, hand dyed or regular, you should be able to find one just right for your heirloom sampler or holiday hang-up.
     Floss isn't the only fiber available to cross stitchers any more and the Crafty Ewe carries all the most popular....Gentle Arts Sampler Threads; Weeks Dye Works; Clasic Colorworks (previously Crescent Colours) ; and many more cottons, silks, wools, and metalics from Kreinik, Rainbow Gallery, Thread Gatherers, Caron Collection, Dinky Dyes, NPI and more. 
     Needlework doodads are needlework doodads and we love them almost as much as we do our needlework.  It's for that reason that we carry a large collection of those as well.   
    Although many people think we only frame needlework, we frame all types of art and probably frame as much paper art as needlework.....we just think we do a better job with needlework than some other frame shops because we have a greater appreciation for it. Need something "unusual" framed? We've framed several things you wouldn't believe.

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The Crafty Ewe
​"2015" Getaway Weekend

Wallh​ouse Hotel​​

It must be Autumn!!!!  
It gets darker earlier every day. AND we REALLY enjoy those rare days in the 60s and 70s... Cooler weather does, however, translates into more time to cozy up in your favorite stitching chair and stitch ....
Think warm thoughts....and start a new project for yourself or gift giving.

The 48 ladies, who attended this year, were really a great group and I'm pretty sure they enjoyed themselves.  I know I did.  But as much fun as it was, I'm sad to say, that was the last one.  Jodi, my right (and sometimes my left) hand, has started back to school and has less free time to give.  I stay busy at the shop and could never do all she does along with my responsibilities.  We had a lot of fun every year... starting the first weekend with only 7 ladies
through this year when we actually had a waiting list.  it was a hard decision to make, but one that had to be made.  Thanks to those of you who supported the getaway from the start.  You made it what it ended up being.  Thanks.  See you at the EWE.


In beautiful Amish Country