Nordic Needle’s Shamrock Challenge


Nordic Needle challenged their newsletter readers awhile back with a  “Show  Us Your Green” Shamrock Challenge.  Five items were designed, stitched and sent in, two of which were from EAC members.  Congratulations Kim Beamish and Jenny Wolter!

Shamrock Challenge submitted by Kim Beamish

This first one is an original needlebook and scissor fob designed and stitched by Kim Beamish.


ATC submitted for Shamrock Challenge - Jenny Wolter


Jenny Wolter designed and stitched this Artist Trading Card  on canvas.

Isn’t it wonderful that 40% 
of the response to this challenge 
came from EAC members? 

 Both of these entries illustrate the talents of EAC members in both designing and stitching!

Why not rise up 
to meet the next stitching challenge 
that comes your way? 

EAC offers at least one challenge every year.  This year at Seminar we were challenged to make an article from the new EAC fabric.  You have until April, 2015, to get your item made and sent in so no excuses!  

You can read the details of this challenge either by visiting the EAC website at:  http://eac.ca/challenges.html or on the poster below:



submitted by Kerry Leslie

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