Next week the Regina Stitchery Guild will have an exhibit up for 5 days as well as a few members sitting and stitching at our city fair called The Queen City Exhibition.  Unfortunately I won't be able to attend but here are my pieces that will be on display:



I did this small piece last year which was my first attempt at wet felting.


For our stitchery guild program this past year we worked on a mixed media book.



Various pages from my Mixed Media Textile book.



Book pockets for a few atc's.



 A bit of Tyvek, painting, soldering and stitching on these 4 atc's.



Postcard size experiment with painting on cotton. The kokopelli & swirls are pieces of organza.



Another book page



and another bit of painted cotton with a salamander made from a candy wrapper fused onto a piece of black felt. 


It sure would be great if we had a few people join our guild from seeing our presence out in public and stitched pieces on display.  Here's hoping! 


Wishing you delightful summer days,
Jeannette Luther

4 comments:

  1. A great variety of work Jeanette. I especially love the Salamander and your book.
    Well done.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Those are wonderful Jeannette!! I especially love the crab but the variety of techniques are so much fun. I've done some, and gathered supplies for more but haven't done more lately at all.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love the variety of your work... the variety you have shared is wonderful... thanks for sharing.. and best wishes to the Chapter on the occasion of their show.
    Marie

    ReplyDelete
  4. Love your stitching. Such a wide variety of techniques.

    Yvonne from Fredericton

    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