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Christmas Lunecheon and Ornament Exchange

Monday, December 5, 2022
Anthony's Restaurant,
 760 E Water St, Elmira, NY

Lunch and ornament exchange! Bring a wrapped ornament to exchange for another that is sure to delight. The cost of lunch is just $20.

 

Floral Needle Nanny/Minder No. 3 Petite Project

Monday, January 9, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.
Virtually by Zoom, a link will be sent to members

Needle nannies or minders were created to encourage beginners to try hand embroidery. Simple pinwheels are used to form hollyhocks, french knots for roses and forget-me-nots. Other stitches are in the stitch glossary to encourage you to try something new. DMC threads have been used, but any similar range of threads or hand-dyed threads can be used.

This Petite Project design will introduce you to the delights of creative and three-dimensional embroidery. It is available for members on the EGA website. Once logged-in, it is free to download. Stitchers provide supplies to complete.

 

Gilded Cabochons

Remote learning experience - six consecutive Sundays beginning
January 15, 2023 from 3 - 5:00 p.m. 

Mid-Eastern Region presents Gilded Cabochons with Debbie Rowley, a virtual class that will explore techniques for padding to emphasize areas, use texture to implement design and develop a natural stitching rhythm to encourage independence from diagrams. The monochromatic color scheme of Gilded Cabochons emphasizes texture over color. Visit MER's website to learn more about this stitching adventure.

 

The Golden Honey Bee by Sherry Mayfield

Monday, February 6 and March 6, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Virtually by Zoom

Enjoy stitching this lovely goldwork embroidery project using silver and gold metal threads and a variety of Kreinik braids. Threads are applied to silk fabric by using a couching method, it's a great introduction to using twelve different metal and speciality threads. The design size is 2 1/4" x 2 3/4".

Kits will include silk fabric, cotton backing, a variety of metal threads in silver and gold, a variety of Kreinik braids, wax, needles and gold sewing thread and color illustrated instructions. Students provide 4-6" hoop, pen or pencil, laying tool, scissors for cutting metal threads, standard embroidery supplies, lighting and magnification if needed.

Sherry has generously offered The Golden Honey Bee to us as a pilot class at a greatly reduced cost. Sign-ups begin immediately and will firmly end on December 5th, the kit fee is $20.

As a pilot class, students will be asked to provide comments, suggestions and corrections to the instructions.

 

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