3 Stitches embroidery shop celebrates 25 years of business this April

3 Stitches, a Spring-based embroidery shop, will celebrate 25 years of business April 4 at their location at 7822 Louetta Road, Spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)
3 Stitches, a Spring-based embroidery shop, will celebrate 25 years of business April 4 at their location at 7822 Louetta Road, Spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

3 Stitches, a Spring-based embroidery shop, will celebrate 25 years of business April 4 at their location at 7822 Louetta Road, Spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

3 Stitches, a Spring-based embroidery shop, will celebrate 25 years of business April 4. The shop, located at 7822 Louetta Road, Spring, offers a variety of needlework supplies, available for purchase in-store or online. In addition, the shop also offers lessons in cross-stitch, needlepoint and Norwegian Hardanger embroidery, all taught by shop owner Pamela Brazell, who has over 40 years of experience in the craft. 281-320-0133. www.3stitches.com
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