Unfortunately, the shop is now just needlepoint, which really wouldn't be a bad thing, but not as well stocked with fibres as it should be. The fibres that were there were not organized well at all. There was a rack of handpainted canvases, but very few counted canvas charts. I did find out that struck my fancy, but the poor selection of fibres didn't allow me to kit it up.
It took forever for the clerk to find the right color mono canvas for the project, I was really about to give up. The only nice thing was that they ran the canvas through a machine that put some tape on the edges. Nice touch.
Next time I am in North Carolina, I can stitch this stop.