This is a somewhat belated post, but our annual Christmas in August class was once again a great success. Trisha Johnson did a crazy quilt ornament class for the group. Trisha pieced the fabric, leaving the embroidered seam treatments to us, and there was a choice of shapes. Lots of choices, which is always fun.
Monday, October 28, 2013
For the Region Challenge for 2013 - to be auctioned off at the regional meeting/Fall SMART (Stitching Mid-Atlantic Regional Tutorial) Day on Oct. 18-20 in Virginia Beach - our chapter created this lovely box. Many members helped with the embroidery and smalls, and Gladys Zorhoff created the box. Nobody wanted to let this beauty go, and several people sent silent auction bids with the people who were attending the meeting. Everyone was happy to see the final product at the October meeting.
There were some interesting items to share, especially the Halloween skirt made by Dee's mother many years ago.
Lots of lovely Ta-Da items as well. Everyone should note that it is dangerous to bring small items like beaded necklaces or small Christmas items to show at a meeting because many members threaten to steal them
We all had a great time learning to make flowers and leaves with silk ribbon. Thanks Catherine!
Gentle Pursuits members Lalli, Catherine and Linda enjoyed the butterfly stumpwork class with Judy Jeroy at the regional meeting (October 19) but no word yet on who ended up with the box. Stay tuned.
Posted by Margaret at 6:13 PM
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Well, we did it. The coif is finally done. Stitching was finished in April. Now Margaret has put the lining in and sewn it up. We'll let you know when it is presented to Agecroft Hall.
Some members painted their felt for next month's silk ribbon class with Catherine.
Lots of lovely things at our Ta-Da Table this month as well. We've all had a couple of months to work on things. Carol was lucky she left with all five of her beaded nutcrackers.