Welcome to the EAC blog, this is a new experience for all of us, I hope the growing pains are few!
The plan is to post something EAC or stitching related each week, Board members and Appointees will be all helping.We hope this will help to keep you up to date with EAC events and give you a place to share your thoughts and comments.
I have been reviewing the Seminar 2012 brochure which is now live on our main site. Take a look , this is going to be another 'don't miss event'. You have lots of time to come to a decision regarding classes as registration opens September 6th 2011.
I have been browsing through the cookbook which is one of the fund-raisers. There is a great variety of recipes. I made the Mars Bar Squares from Maria Skelly for my grandson and probably his Dad and Grandpa! This is a great quick recipe , but do buy 4 Mars Bars so you can eat a few pieces whilst cooking.
I am also making the Watermelon Salad from Barbara Gilbert , so easy and looks great. Both recipes leave time for stitching which we all know is important.
I am enjoying reading who contributed recipes and am amazed at how many of these ladies I have met or know because of their stitching or ATC's.
As I look at Seminar 2012, I have to extend a big thank-you to the nine Atlantic provinces that hosted Seminar 2011 in Sackville. I had a wonderful time and all I have heard has been praise for this event. Ladies all your hard work certainly paid off.
If you are poking around on your computer, check out http://justpostcards.wordpress.com these ladies are all EAC members.
Have a great weekend.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Sue,

    Just found the BLOG link on the EAC member's page. Great! I'll be sure to check in often :)


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Find out more at the Embroiderers' Association of Canada website.
EAC is not responsible for content at external links provided within this blog.

About EAC

My photo
The Embroiderers' Association of Canada (EAC) is a national non-profit educational organization whose purpose is to have a fellowship of persons who enjoy needlework and wish to learn and share their knowledge; and thereby to work towards maintaining higher standards of design, colour and workmanship.

Our aim is to preserve traditional techniques and promote new challenges in the Art of Embroidery through education and networking.

Blog Archive

Powered by Blogger.

Follow by Email

Search the EAC Blog