Sunday, January 8, 2017

The Alphabet Club - R

This month my Japanese "R" word is rishu suru which means complete a course of study.  This month, I am showing some completed stitching projects from classes. 


This one is called "Not Your Grandmother's Sewing Kit Accessories", taught by Marianna Surface Markham at the Chicago Embroiderer's Guild of America National Seminar.  



Both of these were taught by Dorothy Lesher.  The Sundragon was at the Pittsburgh EGA National Seminar and the Dragon Master at Calloway School of Needlearts.




This Aztec Stitch bookmark was taught by one of the members of the Cardinal EGA Guild.



This was taught by Marion Scoular at the Laurel EGA chapter.



Monet's Water Lily Pond was taught by Lois Kershner at the Louisville EGA National Seminar.



The Summer Sampler Box was taught by Denise Harrington Pratt at The Carolinas Regional EGA Seminar.



Ojimi was taught by Carolyn Standing Webb at the Louisville EGA National Seminar.


Lily was taught by Lynn Payette at the Carolina's Regional Seminar.


Lauren Sauer's Secret Garden was a class I took at the Indianapolis EGA chapter's retreat.


Sonoko was a class with the Raleigh ANG, taught by one of the members.


This beaded purse was taught by Deanna Powell at the Richmond EGA National Seminar.  


Tanja Berlin taught this Blackwork Pheasant at the Louisville EGA National Seminar.  


This Stumpwork box was taught at the Richmond EGA National Seminar by Susan Kernt.



These are just a few of the many classes I have completed.


Linking up with Chiara at The Grey Tail.

7 comments:

  1. wow such beautiful pieces and you have attended some wonderful classes Pamela.

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  2. I'm totally impressed, Pamela. So many great class pieces - and all of them finished. And so beautiful.

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  3. Wow, what a wonderful finish pieces.

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  4. great achievement! very impressive and inspiring too. Best Wishes!

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  5. Wow! so many pretty projects :o

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  6. Just amazing! You've had the opportunity to take some wonderful classes - and you finished these projects!

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  7. Gorgeous pieces, Pamela, I think that my favourite is The Secret Garden - so sweet.

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