2018 Winter Ornament Exchange
Stitch a special ornament for a fellow member of EAC using any technique and fibers you want. Search through your stash of patterns you have been itching to stitch, but have not yet tackled; find that perfect thread that you have been hoarding for a special project and go for it. Maybe, if you start now, you will be able to make two – one for the exchange and one for yourself!
The Embroiderers’ Guild of Victoria is hosting the ornament exchange for 2018. Your ornament should arrive in Victoria, by November 1, 2018.
Send your completed ornament with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
4424 Rangemont Place
Victoria, BC V8N 5L6
EAC Board Challenge
Whether you send a card to cheer up someone, wish them a happy birthday, offer congratulations, or to say thanks, it’s always appreciated.
To enter this year's challenge, design and stitch a piece of needlework that can be used for a card front. The subject of your design is limited only by your imagination.
- size: 3.75" by 5" or 5" by 8"
- limit dimensional objects to 1/2" in depth
- any technique on any ground fabbic
- designer/stitcher's name attached to the back
- $5 entry fee per piece
- entry forms due: May 3, 2019
- identifying marks on the front of the entry will be covered for judging purposes
Use the Members' Exhibition Entry Form (check the "EAC Board Challenge" category box) and follow the submission guidelines for entries in the members' exhibition. The deadline for entry forms is May 3, 2019.
When you’re packing up your entry, make sure to include your $5 entry fee, and a note to indicate how you’d like your name to appear on the back of the card. Add your chapter name if you’d like it included.
If you are delivering your entry in person, please be parepered with the $5 entry fee, change will not be available.
Your entry will be displayed at the Members’ Exhibition at Seminar 2019: Beyond the Edge in Victoria.
All entries will be photographed and made into downloadable files for chapters and members to print themselves. The card files will have the EAC logo and name, and the designer-stitcher's name on the back. The cards will be blank inside for your personal message to be added.