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July/August 2017 Newsletter

The electronic version of the newsletter was sent out on June 18. The printed version will be available for pick-up at the evening meeting on June 19, or mailed out shortly thereafter.

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May 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 10 AM
Monday, May 15, 7 PM
Program: Stitch-in!
Cost: Free!
Reservation Deadline: No reservations required.

If our annual meeting this month is not enough! Susan Ritter will finish the class she started at the April meetings, so bring back your hemstitching kits to learn some more from Susan.
 

June 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 10 AM
Monday, June 19, 7 PM
Program: Stash Reallocation and Potlok
Cost: Free!
As we did last year, we’re going to do the Stash Reallocation Sale in two parts - at both the daytime and evening meetings. To give everyone plenty of time to shop, we’re starting early. The daytime meeting will start at 9:30 AM and the evening meeting will start at 6:30 PM. In conjunction with the sale, we will have a pot-luck at both meetings. You can expect brunch food at the daytime meeting, and supper at the evening meeting. You may bring items to the May stitch-ins and to both June meetings. If you like to shop for bargains, this is one time you may want to attend both meetings. There’s likely to be very different items for sale at each meeting! No reservations are required, but bring an appropriate dish to share.

July 2017

Monday, July 17, 7 PM
Program: Stitch-in!
Cost: Free!
Since the 4th is on the day of our regular daytime meeting, we'll have just an evening meeting that month and it will be a stitch-in. Time to work on some UFO items or on pieces you bought at the June stash sale! Friday, July 28, 7:30 AM
Program: Saami bracelet class in Lanesboro, Minnesota
Cost: Varies
St. Paul Needleworkers (SPN) is offering a Saami bracelet class in Lanesboro, Minnesota, on Friday, July 28, on a space-available basis to members and non-members. Jeweler Liz Bucheit has taught this northern Scandinavian traditional craft of stitching pewter purl to reindeer hide fastened with a reindeer-bone button many times in the Twin Citites. This trip offers a chance to see her shop in historic Lanesboro, take the class at a price other venues often charge for just the kit, and visit the lovely southeastern Minnesota town. The class and kit cost $95, which includes a light lunch. Non-members pay an additional $40 for the bus ride. Lanesboro is worth a day-trip just for sightseeing and shopping. For those who would enjoy the bus ride to spend the day in town without taking the class, the charge will be $10 members and $50 for non-members.


Saami Bracelet

August 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 10 AM
Monday, August 21, 7 PM
Program: EGA Petite Project: TUBULAR BEAD FOB© by Sharon Davis.
Cost: $5.00
Reservation Deadline: July 17, 2017.

Susan R. will teach hemstitching with a design she created, pictured below.  Besides being useful for making linens and borders around linen work, hemstitching is commonly used in pulled and drawn-thread projects.
The finished project will fit in a 5x5” frame or you may find other uses for the piece. Susan will provide materials, including needles, in the project kit. You will provide the usual stitching supplies including scissors and, if required, lighting and magnification.  


 
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