Monday, November 9, 2015

Embroidery Guild Retreat...


The Red Rose Embroidery Guild
meets once a month...
it's a great group of exceptionally talented gals.

My absolute favorite event is the once a year 
'Stitchers Retreat', held at Millersville University.
Who doesn't like to sew from 8:30 a.m.
until 3 p.m. and have a fabulous lunch served to you ??

At the retreat, some of us worked on unfinished 
projects, while others picked up new projects.

Some of what we worked on this past Saturday...



Beautiful bead work...







Christmas lights to be made into a wreath...








Hand knit sweater for a Grand baby...




Another Grand baby gift...




Beautiful Victorian house...










Beaded and sparkled Mermaid...




"I have learned...
that I still have a lot to learn..."




Tiny French knots top these 'acorns' or maybe
they are strawberries.  No matter, for they are lovely !







Beautiful roses...




Large mustard moon...




Counted Cross Stitch of an old mill...




Frosty winter scene...

Thanks Ladies for a wonderful Saturday ;)
Rose


7 comments:

  1. What wonderful projects!
    What were you working on?
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  2. What a great event! There is nothing like stitching with friends. Beautiful work.

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  3. Wow that is just incredible. I love looking at embroidery work. I love the detail. I bet it would be so wonderful to sit there and learn.
    By the way, I got my magazine yesterday, I loved seeing your pattern in it. I am so glad you were in it. You always make everything so easy to understand.

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  4. So many talented ladies, love the needlework of any kind, miss so much doing counted cross stitch on linen, but do other stitching now.

    I was happy to see your pattern in the PNPS that I finally got yesterday. Very creative ways to finish also.

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  5. I love to see all the needlework. Looks like a fun day. I love all forms of needlework. Always enjoy seeing what you are creating. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Sooooooo inspiring & thrills my heart to see the fiber arts alive & well!!!! I was also excited to see your piece in the PSS magazine. I'll get back to my needle after the wedding. Hugs!!

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So glad to have you here visiting...
would love to hear your thoughts !
Rose