To all the wonderful contributors to the show at the Lee Road Library, please meet Patty at the library on Wednesday, April 10th, at 10:00 am to pick up your items that were in the show. If that is inconvenient, Patty will take the balance of items not claimed to the regular meeting on April 18th during the mud painting workshop. You can also contact Patty for special arrangements.
Thank you everyone for participating.
If you haven’t yet gotten your contributions to this year’s library show to Patty, please do so by Friday, February 15th. Entries can be given to Patty or Victoria, so contact them to make arrangements for drop off.
Please also complete the online submission form so we have all the information we need to create the tags that will accompany each item in the case. You will need to complete the form one time for each item you contribute to the show, so if you submit two items, you’ll need to complete the form twice.
Thanks to your participation and Patty’s display skills, we’re looking forward to a beautiful show. Items will be on display at the main branch of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights library, 2345 Lee Road, beginning February 25th.
This year’s theme for the home study group is inspired by nature. The first meeting is Thursday, October 4th at 9:30 am at the home of Parlin M. Sign up sheets for hosting meetings and presenting projects for the rest of the year will be passed around, and Debbie S. will present her already completed home study project.
We were a smaller group than usual this month, but we had a great time. If you couldn’t be there, read on to find out what you missed.
Our hostess Patty presented:
Debbie asked about dyeing with black walnuts (I didn’t hear all of that conversation, but Victoria’s tips included instructions to drive over them with your car to get the husks off) and doup threads. Debbie, is this what you were talking about?
Nora got some spinning done.
Victoria passed around her beautiful peyote stitch beaded medallion based on her own pattern of repeating triangles and brought a selection of twill reference books and design collections from the library for inspiration.
Lynne shared a collection of scarves she’s been knitting for relatives while traveling over the summer.
And I flashed everyone the bra I sewed at Boob Camp in Canada this summer (no photo of that for obvious reasons!). You can read more about that class and even see my (non-flashing) picture in the article written about the school in the Globe and Mail (I’m the fuzzy one in the foreground).
The sign up sheet for hosting this year’s home study meetings went around, and the meeting locations for the year have been settled. See you next month!