Monthly meetings this year will be via the Zoom utility. If you don't have the Zoom connection info (distributed in the newsletter) please email

10 am Tues Jan 19  “Celtic, Viking and Anglo-Saxon Embroidery” by Alison Jackson
10 am Tues Feb 16“Metallic Threads” by Judy McMullanvarious metallic threads
10 am Tues Mar 16“Hands-on Landscape Workshop” by Alison Jackson
10 am Tues Apr 20TBA
Check your newsletter for Zoom details or email us. Schedule above is an update over the newsletter schedule.


We are sorry to announce that classes are suspended for the 2020-21 year! We are hosting video meetings once a month so that we can get our embroidery fix. Contact us by email for meeting details.



For the 2020-21 year, all memberships are $40. We plan to meet online once a month and the newsletter will be distributed about once a month, as well. Classes are suspended for the 2020-21 year. To sign up, use the fillable PDF form and send it, with payment, to our Treasurer. Contact us at for details or check the newsletter.


Turqouoise Pin by Renata Georgeff
RSN Workshop by Mavis Brown
Pincushion by Pat Bowley
Gazebo and Rock Garden by Dana Trimble inspired by VanDusen Royal bot Garden
Back Forty by Hazel Alexander

Our Open House date – originally planned for April 28th, 2020 – has been cancelled. Please stay tuned for updates to our planning!


  • ROM Chintz discussion
    January 26, 2021

    If you love cloth, you might love this free Curator’s talk from the Royal Ontario Museum. Coming up tomorrow, Jan 27th!

    Chintz design

    FREE Zoom program. RSVP Required.

    Chintz Today: Breathing New Life into Traditional Textile Design
    Wednesday, January 27, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm EDT

    Join ROM’s Sarah Fee and Chintz Artist Renuka Reddy of Bengaluru, India, for a lively discussion on the exciting revivals and innovations taking place today in India’s unique art of painting cottons using the kalam pen and natural dyes.

  • Bugs!
    October 21, 2020
    fuzzy caterpillar

    Our current challenge is “Covid Bugs”. The Covid part refers to our circumstances due to the pandemic. The Bugs part is to let your imagination go into fantasy, reality or inspiration from your stash.

    As our display will be totally online, there are no size restrictions.

    Create a bug and take a photo/photo(s) of your finished project. The creations from the challenge will be shown at our online meeting in January.