There were many discussions about the show as the weeks went by,
and the dates drew closer.
Finally it was time to make the lists...
techniques... individuals.. and to estimate the space needed for the various
displays.
How many table would we need? wall space? and on......
and...
Lists began to be drawn up... canvas work, gold work, the various
surface stitches.... and what specific pieces would make good anchor
pieces in the various displays....
duplicates..
which ones would we include...
there were a few that were done with different threads and so the
end results were quite different.
Finally the lists were complete.....
next to collect the pieces and the work began....









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