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Programs in 2024

June daytime and evening program - Duos beaded bracelet

June's program is a Superduo Twin Chain bracelet, a pattern Potomac Beads has been gracious in giving us permission to use. The kit cost is $10 and includes a choice of two colors (choices include pink, purple, green and blue) of duo beads and gold charlottes, with a toggle closing. Even though it might look complicated, it's actually a very simple, albeit wonky, stringing.  We are making the
bracelet at both the day (June 12) and night (June 20) meetings. If you are only going to be at the night meeting, please be sure to give me your address and choice of two colors so I can mail you the kit.

July daytime and evening program

It's time to share what you've learned when learning a new technique by showing off your "first" project for that technique, or your "worst" project of any technique. This includes your first/worst attempt at finishing. This will be a learning experience for all, as we each share what we learned after trying something new!

September daytime program - Golden circle goldwork

It's time to think about our September goldwork program because materials need to be ordered. There is an official sign-up sheet at the June and July meetings, but you can let Jo V. know if you are interested or Contact Us for more information.

2023 program schedule

February: Yo-yo buttons. DONE  

March: Paper on canvas project. DONE

April: Sashiko presentation. DONE

May: Ornament pattern swap, May fabric stash sale.  DONE 

June: Duos Beaded Bracelet 

July: Lessons Learned

August: Pumpkin quick to stitch 

September: EGA Petite Project: Gold Work

October: Guest speaker Lynn Elliott: Embroidery presentation

November: Cross stitch on Bitty Baskets

December: Holiday Party and ornament

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Workshops

For our guild workshop this year Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes, from Beautiful
Stitches, will present two counted canvaswork embroidery classes in person at
Stitched Up Needleworks. Ann-Marie’s passion is helping her students to create
beautiful hand embroidered items. She believes in building creative confidence
so that everyone can discover the joy of making and creating. Each stitch is a
small brush of love on the fabric.

If she had a time machine she would go back as a rich person to the Jane Austen
era--just so that she could wear a gorgeous dress of embroidered silk and dance
with a handsome gentleman wearing pantaloons!

 

  • For those of you who have signed up, final payment is due August 15.​

  • There will be a meet and greet with Ann-Marie--more details to follow.

  • All classes will be held at Stitched Up Needleworks in Morgan Hill.

  • Kits will include everything you need, you only need to bring your light, stand, and other general stitching supplies.

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