Our annual Open House and Display of Work is imminent! Our fingers are flying as we finish up our projects so we can show you all what we have done. Come and see this amazing display of the work of over 50 needle artists. Tues Apr 23 from 1-5 pm at our usual location – […]
Love to bead? The Fashion History Museum in Cambridge will feature tambour beader Robert Haven as artist in residence from July 15-28. If you really love to bead, Robert will be teaching tambour beading in a four day course July 15/16 & July 22/23. Details to come on the FHM website.
The San Francisco School of Needlework and Design has issued a challenge on the theme of “Borders”. This is not a contest but a chance for you to show what you do. Photos of your work could be on the SFSND website or the actual work displayed at their facility. For details see “Challenge” on […]
We are fortunate to have arranged a 2 day workshop with Mike Parr for November 15 & 16, 2018. This is a great chance to gain some skill working with both silk and gold. The provided kit gives all the materials to make a small minaudiere-style purse but, once you’ve stitched it up, you can […]
Are you up for the ONN Challenge? When the Ontario Network of Needleworkers get together, they like to show off what they can do. This year, the Challenge is “Gathering Together”. This could mean a group project. Or did you think of smocking? Or ??? The Challenge projects from all the Guilds will be displayed […]
We’ve received an email from Anne Kelly letting us know about her Travel Tags project, which was in London, England. If you are interested in participating the Canadian show, have a look at Anne’s blog for the details. If you include your address, tags will be returned to you once the show is over. You […]