Taste of...the QUEEN!

The duClay Chapter hosted another Taste of workshop yesterday.  This time it was the Taste of the Queen Stitch.  Led by member Linda M., the guild began stitching The Queen Stitch Scissors Sheath designed by Carolyn Standing Webb.  Special thanks to Carolyn who granted the guild permission to use her design.

As Linda shared tips and tricks on getting a nice looking queen stitch, the group had a chance to look at Linda's project.  Linda stitched her project using various methods of stitching the queen stitches.  The method was not visible in the finished project.  It was a great reminder that the Queen stitch can be very forgiving.
Melody(c) making opening comments.  
Linda M who led today's workshop is on the left

Members listening to Linda's presentation
Stitching diligently...
A couple of projects in progress-

A little Show and Tell -
Carol P's(l)
 finished A Lady's Worke Box 
with the designer Ellen Chester (r) who was our special guest on Saturday
Carol P's Snowflake Sweet Bag by Diane Clemments
finish work by Carol P
JoyceAnne's Dazzling Delights
framing by JoyceAnne

As there is any time you get needleworkers together there was lots of conversation about needlework!

Thank you to Linda M for leading today's workshop and to the guild members who participated!  It was a great afternoon and we look forward to seeing some finishes soon!

1 comment:

Woolwoman said...

Jackie thanks for your wonderful blog post and for recording the great times our chapter shares together. You photos are always so perfect. Thanks Mel