GRETNA FALL RETREAT
9:00am-5:00am Needlework Retreat at the 4-H Camp near Gretna, NebraskaSaturday Oct 28
GRETNA FALL RETREAT
Needlework Retreat at the 4-H Camp near Gretna, NebraskaSunday Oct 29
GRETNA FALL RETREAT
5:00am-12:00pm Needlework Retreat at the 4-H Camp near Gretna, NebraskaChapter Officers:
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Embroiderers’ Guild of America, Inc.
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The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc. was founded in 1958.
Mid-America Needlecrafters’ Guild, Chapter 141 of Embroiderers’ Guild of America
The name was changed to Omaha Needle Artists Guild in 1991.
The evening meetings begin at 7 p.m. and the day meetings begin at 10 a.m.
Both regular meetings are held at All Saints Episcopal Church, 9302 Blondo Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
Evening stitch-ins, on the third Monday evening of each month, are being reorganized.
Our day stitch-ins are 10 a.m. the third Tuesday morning of each month at All Saints Episcopal Church, 9302 Blondo Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
Details about each meeting and stitch-in are on the calendar.
Meetings and stitch-ins may be cancelled because of bad weather.
...is open to all stitchers...beginner, intermediate, or advanced. The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc. is a non-profit, educational, charitable, non-discriminatory organization.
Joining a chapter provides opportunities to meet other stitchers in your area, attend regularly scheduled programs and participate in region activities.
Chapter membership includes membership in EGA, a subscription to Needle Arts magazine, and the opportunity to participate in study, skill-building, and educational opportunities through EGA.
Chapter membership also includes an electronic copy of Heartbeats, the Heartland Region Newsletter and opportunities to take part in region activities.
Dear Omaha Needle Artists,
We would like to welcome all to our group. Each of us is unique, creating the spice of our group. Some of us like to be adventuresome and try new stitches and dabble in new types of needlework.
Others of us enjoy the tried and true needlework with which we are most familiar. Some of us are beginning needleworkers and others of us are more experienced.
But the common thread that bonds us all together is loving to stitch, and promoting and preserving the needlework traditions. Plus, we always have a little fun along the way!
For those of you visiting this site for the first time, please check us out. Call us or come to one of our meetings listed on this website.
If there are types of needlework that you are especially interested in learning or enhancing your technique, please let us know so that we might incorporate them into our calendar of programs.
If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, I can be reached as noted below.
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