Highlights from our meeting of Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Show and Tell

Pam Rhodes also stitched this pretty piece, called Neverending Sampler, by Pam Kellogg. The designer offers a new panel once or twice a week to an online stitching group.

Pat Correz has finished stitching the four canvases of Janet Z. Casey's Spirit of America train!

Tonight Nancy Cucci presented part one of her charming mini-embellishment project, a stitched and beaded square that can be used as a fob or other type of ornament. She walked us through the materials and steps and gave us several good tips. Did you know that Delica beads, because their holes are cylindrical, can be stitched using a #26 tapestry needle? Or that you can actually stitch through a bead with a flat thread such as Fyre Werks? And you can change the color of a clear Delica bead by stitching through it with a colored thread. Thank you, Nancy, for a lovely design and an informative presentation!


Daffodil Time by Laura J. Perin was offered as a cyberclass. Pam Rhodes did a lovely job of stitching it.

In July, Carley Linn participated in a Needle Arts Mystery Retreat in Riverside. The four teachers leading the project were Pat Hartman, Mary Knapp, Linda Reinmiller, and Debbie Rowley. Here is Carley's progress!

Kits in three different colorways

Sample of canvas with iridescent flecks


Jo Anne, Pam, Denise, and Linda chose from several nice attendance prizes, including a few things from our recent sale!









































































Linda Kammerer has also completed a delightful Laura J. Perin piece, called Jack O'Lantern.