Meets: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
September to June
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Lion’s Community Centre
157 Elgin Street East, Cobourg
Sheila McCoy, ONN representative
Report – December 2017
We are all working on our books with Cath Orr taking the members through blanket stitch and its various uses in embroidery … makes some lovely flowers!
Our new members are working in well; we have been treated to some “different” pieces of needlework. Susan Calverley showed us some of her felted pieces from little “picture” pieces to the cutest little people …
Barbara Kershaw started several members on their way to making a sewing box. This is no simple task and we all had “homework”. We are all at different completion stages, so swapping notes is very helpful.
One of our members, Teresa Harvey, is taking a well-earned rest. She brought in her latest project, a stitched portrait, which was a huge undertaking. Incorporating about 113 colours on the finest of linen. Her project was presented as a retirement gift to Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes, CM.
Several members did the “Big Day” in the city – at Gita’s store … stocking up on all kinds of goodies ready to carry them through the winter months!!
At our last meeting date in November we were treated to yet another surprise … our member Eva McCormack is not only good with a needle, but also a machine. Eva’s a “quilt-aholic” using embroidery to embellish!! This is her latest delightful quilt for a granddaughter.
We have made plans for our annual Christmas luncheon to be held at the well-known Woodlawn Inn in Cobourg.
Also in the planning for 2018 is the Tubbers Expedition to the Isaiah Tubbs resort in Prince Edward County.
We hope everyone has had a relaxing Christmas and managed to get in a little sewing over the holiday season.
Wishing everyone a Good New Year in 2018. As before, Carry On, Carrying On …
For more information about our guild please go to the Northumberland Hills Stitchery Guild website.