Join us at our next meeting, Thursday, February 20 at the Ladue Chapel. It will be our second meeting for the 2020 year. Join us at one of our regular meetings -- morning meeting at 9:30 am or evening meeting at 6:00 pm.
Also, take a moment to read the newsletter and the meeting notes and catch up with our current events; UFO's, "Hearts for Hospice" and "Hydrangea Window Garden." We have a lot of fun planned for the new year!
January-February Needlenotes Newsletter
Click here to read the Needlenotes for current member and chapter activities. In this edition, you will find information about our current project and our other functions. Our local shops also have advertised in this newsletter. They are sharing about new needlepoint canvases, accessories, and upcoming classes.
If you have missed any previous newsletters, click here to view a list of past issues.
New Chapter Fact Sheet
Pick one up at your favorite needlepoint shop!
In November, we distributed our new fact sheet. It includes information about our chapter -- who we are, who is ANG, where we meet and who to contact if interested in joining. Our fact sheet is available to the public. Pick one up and give it to your friends.
Hydrangea Window Garden
Member Project by Terry Dryden
Hydrangea Window Garden is a project from the designer/teacher Terry Dryden. Many of us may remember the class Harlequin Hearts that Terry taught in St. Louis several years ago. Terry is a talented teacher who spotlights variegated threads and illustrates how to use the color changes to enhance shading. This is a fun piece that combines some new elements.
This project is our year-long member project. We are working through the stitch guide and thread kit created by Terry Dryden. Each month we will be working on a specific section and will receive incentives at each point of completion. Check with the Programs Chairman if you want to join this activity.
Join Our Chapter
If you have thought about joining in our fun chapter, please come to a meeting. You can attend two meetings as a guest, and join when you are ready. There are two steps:
1. Click www.needlepoint.org for American Needlepoint Guild (ANG) and sign-up. One year's membership is $45.00. You will receive the Needle Pointers magazine and a lot of access to online projects and seminars held during each calendar year.
2. Contact our local Membership Chairman, Janice Marsh, for local sign-up. One year's membership is $22.00. Your registration includes eight member meetings and multiple opportunities to join other local and out-of-town stitch-ins, teacher workshops, and needlepoint projects organized by the Program chairman and committee.