Congratulations to two EAC members who have designs featured in magazines.

Jenny Wolter, a member from Calgary, Alberta, has this design in  the current issue of American Needlepoint Now.


Kim Beamish, from Severn Bridge, Ontario, has three different pieces in three different publications. This reversible blackwork piece is in A Needle Pulling Thread:


A Valentine biscornu is in the UK's Stitch Magazine:


And a Christmas biscornu appears in Just Cross Stitch:


Way to go, ladies!  Can you imagine going into a book store and seeing your needlework in a magazine?  I'd want to tell everybody in the store!

Are there other EAC members who have pieces being published?  Let me know so that we can share the news. (pastpres@eac.ca)

As I mention sharing, I'd like to share with you one of my favourite stitching blogs: www.playswithneedles.blogspot.com  Susan Elliot was recently in Stitch Magazine, and creates incredible pieces.  Check out her crazy quilting blogs; I'm sure you'll become a follower.

Happy stitching,

Sue Thomas









3 comments:

  1. Congratulations Jennie & Kim! The recognition is well deserved - beautiful designs!

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  2. I don't usually get 'Just CrossStitch' but I had to get a copy of the Christmas issue with Kim's Biscornu featured... thanks for sharing this information with us....

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