Sunday, April 2, 2017

Stitching spans generations in the Princeton Chapter of EGA

The Guild skipped a meeting today, so I thought I'd seize the day and post a favorite picture I took recently, at a stitch in.  Between youngest and oldest stitchers all hard at work, there is almost 85 years difference in age!  The young friend learning shashiko, and making a great job of it, is the granddaughter to Carol, on her right.
Across the room is Polly W. one of our older members, and still a serious needlepoint stitcher.  Debi is working on a canvas in amazing colors over there on the left, turquoises and golden browns.

Just a reminder: make a note that the May 7th meeting, first Sunday in May, will be Smocking, taught by a visiting instructor, a very experienced worker in this artform.  Nearer the time you'll hear more about costs, and what to bring, but note your calendar now, since this has been in the works for a while.

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