Project 150 has been travelling the country for almost a year now and the west and east panels will be together for the first time at Seminar 2016. Both panels will be set up for stitching throughout Seminar. Members are encouraged to join in the stitching.

Helen McCrindle, Project 150 Coordinator, can provide more information about the upcoming locations of the panels across the country as guilds and chapters work to complete the panels.

EAC’s Project 150 webpage has a recent update and some photos of the east panel with the Simcoe County Embroidery Guild.

4 comments:

  1. I got the chance to stitch on it last weekend. It was fun :)

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  2. I stitched some of the east coast water and am pleased to have been part of the project. The east panel is really quite beautiful when seen in person, not in a photo. I am looking forward to seeing the west panel at seminar and the progress in the east panel.
    Nancy in Montreal

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  3. I am looking forward to stitching on the panels at Seminar. My guild will have a panel in July, too!

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  4. It is wonderful to see the stitching emerging from the design. This is a beautiful section. I hope to stitch a bit on it at Seminar!

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