Thursday, November 16
Patterns and Posies
Member Project for the Year
Our 2017-2018 program began in September with the first installment of Joan Thomasson’s Patterns and Posies. Ms. Thomasson has graciously given permission to us and allowing us to teach to our chapter! It is a beautiful piece, featuring many interesting stitches and fun colorful fibers. We are breaking the project up into small segments and various members are taking the lead each month. To reward those who keep up with the project, there will be small incentives given each month for finishing the specific section.
Happy Stitching for us and many thanks to some of our leaders, who are also board officers,
Eileen Chalk, Programs, Kathy Scioneaux, Membership, and Donna Beaman, Public Relations.
Please see the November-December Needlenotes newsletter for additional details.
Come join the fun and stitch with us!!
November-December Needlenotes Newsletter
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Fall Retreat at The Needlepoint Clubhouse
The Annual Fall Retreat for ANG was Sunday, October 22, 2017 from 9:30 am until 4:00 pm at The Needlepoint Clubhouse, here in St. Louis.
It was a packed house of 25 attendees!! What fun we had visiting with other members, seeing their projects, sharing tips and ideas, and feasting on sweet treats, fruit and chocolate snacks. Does it sound like a perfect day for any stitcher? Well, it became even a better day because our hostess and owner of The Needlepoint Clubhouse, Megan Holmes, awarded us with her generous discounts and goody bags!! Our day was capped off when attendee prizes were drawn for spending bucks.
We are most appreciative and grateful to Megan Holmes for opening her needlepoint shop, The Needlepoint Clubhouse, on a Sunday and showering us with her kind hospitality.
THANK YOU again to Megan Holmes for making our retreat fun and very
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Coordinator. Contact her and she will arrange a ride for you so
you can join either our morning or evening meetings or both!! Janice might
even arrange for a drive-thru at McDonald's to satisfy your cravings!
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