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NEWS: Workshops 2017

Monday Afternoon’s I will be returning every few weeks to Launceston to stitch with my regular group. Learn Embroidery Stitches My new Council (Shire) offer a range of lifestyle classes and I have been offered to join their list of tutors. We are offering a Beginners to Embroidery Class, two hours for three weeks. In […]

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EGA Seminar in Alexandria Virginia

I have just finished teaching  five days at the EGA Seminar in Alexandria Virginia. It was geat fun and I had wonderful students who accomplished a lot. My four day class had 22 students including two who had never done counted needlepoint. Fuchsias bloomed on day three and four. Some students went home with a […]

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What does the remainder of 2016 bring?

A belated Happy New Year to everyone. I do not know where the 1st month of the year went? For us it has been very hot, so it was so easy to stitch away the days in a cool room watching Tennis or Cricket on TV. What does the remainder of 2016 bring? My focus […]

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Needlepoint, embroidery and Cruising

On the 1st of April I was in Freemantle Western Australia, onboard the Voyager of the Seas preparing for our Needlework Cruise. We had six days of wonderful stitching. My students were amazing. I was very pleased with the amount of stitching they accomplished and the quality of their work. Many friendships were made during […]

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Children’s Book – Molly and Polly

I would now like to share with you a little of what I have been doing over the past few months, I hope this explains why my newsletters have been absent. Over summer I wrote a children’s book about my two pet lambs, Molly and Polly. This is a true story about my lambs. I […]

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Needlepoint Guild Preparation

Today I have started ordering threads and canvas for the kits that I will be teaching at American Needlepoint Guild USA Seminar at the end of September this year . ‘Splendor and Sparkle’ is one of my counted needlepoint projects I am teaching at the Seminar.