Oh, no need for that, though I appreciate it. I've been doing needlework long enough to know that needleworkers don't get a special pass.
Politically, very broadly speaking, there are two camps: progressives who often see doing needlework as an anti-corporate stance and pro-green, and conservatives who see it as part of being properly submissive wives and mothers -- or, if they're not comfortable with those terms, at least as an expression of traditional feminity.
Neither of which means any given individual will have a good grasp of geography. I've noticed people who use the term "America" a lot tend to forget it's comprised of multiple countries.
Ditto for North Americans who overuse "Europe" or "Africa".