Two deadlines for EAC are approaching, but are far enough away that you can still participate.

The annual ATC Exchange deadline is March 15 - lots of time to complete one or two of these cards.  I love making them, but I enjoy receiving them even more; I also enjoy the little notes I get from those who have received cards from me.  Meeting stitchers at Seminar from whom I've received cards is also fun.

The Anniversary Postcard Challenge has an April 1 deadline.  I'm really looking forward to seeing the entries in this challenge.  That April 1 deadline leaves plenty of time for your entry to be completed.  If you're a lover of memorabilia, this is the challenge for you because the prizes are true EAC collector items.  I'm making a box for EAC to store the postcards in, and wouldn't mind at all if I had to make two!

Today, I received confirmation of my classes for Seminar 2013.  Although I din't get my first choices, I'm delighted with the classes I will be part of.  Now, I need to figure out meal plans and accommodation.

Are you still on the fence? Can't decide whether or not to attend our anniversary seminar?  There's still time to register.  Just check the website to see which classes are full (or cancelled).  Beryl tells me that all registrations are good until a notice appears on the website that registrations are closed.

Make time for stitching every day, and you can have some ATC's completed, as well as a postcard.

Sue Thomas

1 comment:

  1. I'm ready for the atc challenge and found out yesterday that I at least got into one of my first choices for a 2-day class. Haven't figured out my meal plans yet either. Will be loads of fun and I'm really looking fwd to Seminar!! Hope to do some needlepainting this evening as I'm working on Tanya Berlin's Iris design :)

    ReplyDelete

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