The fundraisers for Seminar 2020: Rhythm of the Needle are now revealed! Take a look at the beautiful projects you can stitch:
- Midnight on the Pond (kit and instructions)
- Friendship Sampler (instructions & embellishments)
- Maple Leaves (instructions)
- All that Jazz (leaflet)
- Mayflower Sampler (instructions)
These fundraisers will be on sale at Merchants' Night on Thursday, May 16, during Seminar 2019.
Not attending seminar 2019? Send your seminar-attending friends with your order - some fundraisers are limited in numbers!
Yes, it's that time, even if we are still looking for a host or hosts, EAC is planning for Seminar 2021.
Even though we don’t have the actual location or dates, Seminar 2021 will be held in May 2021. We are inviting interested teachers to submit proposals for 4-day, 2-day and 1-day classes in a variety of techniques and stitching levels.
The spring board meeting is scheduled for May 12 & 13, 2019, at the University of Victoria, just prior to seminar.
Are you thinking about submitting an entry to the Members' Exhibition in May? There are several categories so you're sure to find at least one that works for you!
These categories require some additional paperwork and a completed entry form (due by April 1, 2019).
- Original Design Package and Application Form DEADLINE APRIL 1, 2019
- Pulled-Thread Award Policy & Procedures and Application Form DEADLINE APRIL 15, 2019
- Seminar Group Project Award - Group Project Display Entry Form
These categories require a completed entry form (due by May 3, 2019).
- Viewers' Choice Award
- Leonida Leatherdale Award (LLA)
- Exhibition Only
- Education Display
- Seminar Theme Award
This category is for original designs based on the seminar theme, Beyond the Edge. Each entry must be accompanied by a statement of one page or less outlining the development of the design. This statement will be displayed with the piece.
Members, start making your plans for the spring exchange! Simcoe County Embroidery Guild is hosting and is looking forward to seeing your bookmark before it is sent on to its new home. You can find all of the details on the Challenges & Exchanges page.
Members can access the maple leaf bookmark pattern in Your EAC > Projects to Stitch. Many thanks to Pat Armour for sharing this beautiful pattern!