Stitch in Public Day was created to celebrate the anniversary of the formation of EAC. Formed in Semptember 1974, members wanted a way to celebrate the anniversary, and what better way than to promote embroidery and encourage the public to become involved. And that is how "Stitch In Public" was born.
EAC's National Stitch-in-Public Day is held on the last Saturday in September each year. All EAC chapters are encouraged to stitch in public on that day. If your chapter chooses to stitch in public on another day, the Microsoft Word posters can be edited to meet your needs.
Graphics, an English and French version of the header and a "stitched" border, are available for you to place into your own documents.
- Word Poster Blank: ENG
- Word Poster: FR
- Heading graphic "National Stitch-in-Public Day"
- Heading graphic "Journée nationale travaux à l’aiguille en public"
- "Stitched" top and bottom border